Variables are data items that can store many different types of value including text, numbers, booleans, and even whole lists.
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In Java, there are many types of variables. These include but are not limited to Strings (text), ints (integers), booleans (true/false, 0/1), Arrays (lists of variables), and more. In this lesson, we are covering Strings, ints, and booleans.
The syntax for a String (a single line of text) is as follows:
String name = ("text");
An int is an integer. Please note that its minimum and maximum values are -2147483648 and 2147483647 respectively. Below is the syntax:
int x = 128;
A boolean is a true or false variable. Here is its syntax:
boolean isWebsiteWorking = true;