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Selenium Interview Question 46 – What is the difference between Primitive & Non-Primitive Data types in Java?

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What is the difference between Primitive & Non-Primitive Data types in Java?

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There are two types of data types in Java:

  • > Primitive Data Types
  • > Non-Primitive Data Types

Primitive Data Types:

  • > Predefined or default data types in Java are known as Primitive data types
  • > Objects can’t be created for primitive data types directly
  • > We have to use wrapper class for converting primitive data types to object-oriented form
  • > The following are the different primitive data types in Java:
    • – int
    • – short
    • – byte
    • – long
    • – float
    • – double
    • – boolean
    • – char

Non-Primitive Data Types:

  • > Objects can be created for non-primitive data types
  • > Examples for Non-Primitive data types are:
    • – String
    • – Array
    • – ArrayList
    • – User-defined classes like Car, Dog, etc.

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