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## Can a float be negative Java?

when we use MIN_VALUE function on either of primitive types in java it give us minimum value possible for that type. BUT in case of float and double it returned minimum positive value though **float and double can have negative values also**.

## Can Java Mod be negative?

Normally, most programmers use the mod operator when both operands are positive. After all, what does remainder mean when one or both operands are negative? Even so, **Java allows for one or both operands to be negative**.

## How do you make a negative double positive in Java?

To convert negative number to positive number (this is called absolute value), uses Math. **abs()**. This Math. abs() method is work like this “ number = (number < 0 ? -number : number); “.

## What is the difference between a double and a float?

The Decimal, Double, and Float variable types are different in the way that they store the values. **Precision** is the main difference where float is a single precision (32 bit) floating point data type, double is a double precision (64 bit) floating point data type and decimal is a 128-bit floating point data type.

## Is 0 positive or negative integer?

Because **zero is neither positive nor negative**, the term nonnegative is sometimes used to refer to a number that is either positive or zero, while nonpositive is used to refer to a number that is either negative or zero. Zero is a neutral number.

## Does float accept negative values?

**Floating point numbers can be positive or negative**. … The difference between the two is that double-precision floating point numbers can more accurately represent numbers than regular floating point numbers because more digits can be stored.

## What happens if you divide by 0 in Java?

Dividing by zero is an operation that has no meaning in ordinary arithmetic and is, therefore, undefined. … According to the Java specification of the division operation, we can identify two different cases of division by zero: **integers and floating-point numbers**.

## What is mod in Java?

Modulo or **Remainder Operator returns the remainder of the two numbers after division**. If you are provided with two numbers, say A and B, A is the dividend and B is the divisor, A mod B is there a remainder of the division of A and B. Modulo operator is an arithmetical operator which is denoted by %.

## Does modulo return negative?

Can a modulus be negative? **% can be negative as it** is the remainder operator, the remainder after division, not after Euclidean_division. Since C99 the result may be 0, negative or positive. The modulo OP wanted is a classic Euclidean modulo, not % .

## What is difference between remainder and modulus?

Remainder is simply the remaining part after the arithmetic division between two integer number whereas Modulus is the **sum of remainder and divisor** when they are oppositely signed and remaining part after the arithmetic division when remainder and divisor both are of same sign.