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+19 votes
asked in CSC211_Winter2018 by (1 point)

3 Answers

+9 votes

Yes, we can.
This is an example of how you convert:
int i = 3; // i is 3
double d = (double) i; // d = 3.0

answered by (1 point)

Is it the same for the other way to int?


yeah, just switch their places

+4 votes

Yes when a variable type is being changed (while it is legal) it is called casting.

You can cast a variable with the structure of

= () . Read the line above without the <>. To select what you want to cast, you should also put a ( ) around the part you want specifically to be casted.
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+4 votes

Yes by casting the variable. You can put (int) in front of the variable

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