Java variable declaration and assignment

By | July 12, 2020

Java variable declaration and assignment:

In any Java program, variable is the basic unit of storing data. A variable can be declared by using an identifier i.e the variable name and a data type. We can also initialize a variable when it is declared.

In Java, before using any variable, it should be declared. At the same time, In Java, if a local variable is used without initializing it, compiler will throw an error. However, other variables such as member variable are assigned with the default values automatically.

Declaration and assignment of java variables:

We can declare variables anywhere in the program.

Points to be noted:

1. Variables must have a type.

int rank;

String name;

2. Variables must have a name.

3. Assigning a value to the variable.

rank =1;

name = “selenium”;

4. We can declare and assign a variable in single step.

int rank = 1;


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