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unsigned short


hi, i just want to ask is it correct if i want to unsigned short   short b; short d = (short)(b&0xFFFF);  is it correct? can i do this? thank you.  i just want to unsigned the short data type so that i can read 0~ 65536. thank you

Short is signed in Java. There is no unsigned short. Your code might as well be doing short d = b; 

i just want to unsigned the short data type so that i can read 0~ 65536. thank you  You should use int to do that.

what do you think you need an unsigned short for?


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