Note: This post has been moved from an older blog. Don’t learn Java from here, check out this Java Programming tutorial by Derek Banas instead. Also, there isn’t a part 2. I couldn’t find it on The Wayback Machine so you’ll have to settle on the Source Code for Part 2 on Data Types.
Like any good programming language, Java has a rich mathematical library,
java.lang.Math in addition to standard mathematical operations, like
Once again, it would be easier to see the code for yourself so here’s the Github links as well as an interactive example.