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Part I:
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// Cast a long into a uint, no data lost l = 64000; u = (uint) l; ConsoleWriteLine("u after assigning 64000: " + u + " -- no data lost"); // Cast a long into a uint, data lost l = -12; u = (uint) l; ConsoleWriteLine("u after assigning -12: " + u + " -- data lost"); ConsoleWriteLine(); // Cast an int into a char b = 88; // ASCII code for X ch = (char) b; ConsoleWriteLine("ch after assigning 88: " + ch); } }
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Integer outcome of x / y: 3 b after assigning 255: 255 -- no data lost b after assigning 257: 1 -- data lost s after assigning 32000: 32000 -- no data lost s after assigning 64000: -1536 -- data lost u after assigning 64000: 64000 -- no data lost u after assigning -12: 4294967284 -- data lost ch after assigning 88: X
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Let s look at each assignment The cast of (x / y) to int results in the truncation of the fractional component, and information is lost No loss of information occurs when b is assigned the value 255 because a byte can hold the value 255 However, when the attempt is made to assign b the value 257, information loss occurs because 257 exceeds a byte s range In both cases the casts are needed because there is no implicit conversion from int to byte When the short variable s is assigned the value 32,000 through the uint variable u, no data is lost because a short can hold the value 32,000 However, in the next assignment, u has the value 64,000, which is outside the range of a short, and data is lost In both cases the casts are needed because there is no implicit conversion from uint to short Next, u is assigned the value 64,000 through the long variable l In this case, no data is lost because 64,000 is within the range of a uint However, when the value 12 is assigned to u, data is lost because a uint cannot hold negative numbers In both cases the casts are needed because there is no implicit conversion from long to uint Finally, no information is lost, but a cast is needed when assigning a byte value to a char
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In addition to occurring within an assignment, type conversions also take place within an expression In an expression, you can freely mix two or more different types of data as long as they are compatible with each other For example, you can mix short and long within an expression because they are both numeric types When different types of data are mixed within an expression, they are converted to the same type, on an operation-by-operation basis The conversions are accomplished through the use of C# s type promotion rules Here is the algorithm that they define for binary operations: IF one operand is a decimal, THEN the other operand is promoted to decimal (unless it is of type oat or double, in which case an error results) ELSE IF one operand is a double, the second is promoted to double ELSE IF one operand is a oat, the second is promoted to oat ELSE IF one operand is a ulong, the second is promoted to ulong (unless it is of type sbyte, short, int, or long, in which case an error results) ELSE IF one operand is a long, the second is promoted to long ELSE IF one operand is a uint and the second is of type sbyte, short, or int, both are promoted to long ELSE IF one operand is a uint, the second is promoted to uint ELSE both operands are promoted to int There are a couple of important points to be made about the type promotion rules First, not all types can be mixed in an expression Specifically, there is no implicit conversion from float or double to decimal, and it is not possible to mix ulong with any signed integer type To mix these types requires the use of an explicit cast Second, pay special attention to the last rule It states that if none of the preceding rules applies, then all other operands are promoted to int Therefore, in an expression, all char, sbyte, byte, ushort, and short values are promoted to int for the purposes of calculation This is called integer promotion It also means that the outcome of all arithmetic operations will be no smaller than int It is important to understand that type promotions only apply to the values operated upon when an expression is evaluated For example, if the value of a byte variable is promoted to int inside an expression, outside the expression, the variable is still a byte Type promotion only affects the evaluation of an expression Type promotion can, however, lead to somewhat unexpected results For example, when an arithmetic operation involves two byte values, the following sequence occurs First, the byte operands are promoted to int Then the operation takes place, yielding an int result Thus, the outcome of an operation involving two byte values will be an int This is not what you might intuitively expect Consider the following program
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