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affordable private tomcat servlet affordable private tomcat servlet Adding and subtracting one from a number are such common operations that these special and operators have been added to the language. They also allow the compiler to be smarter about certain optimizations on some CPU architectures, but mainly they make code easier to write and read. However what do you do when you want to increment not by one but by two? or three? or fifteen? We could of course write i = i + 15 but this happens frequently enough that there's another short hand for the general add and assign operation, i += 15. Thus if we wanted to count from 0 to 20 by two's we'd write: class CountToTwentyByTwos { public static void main (String args[]) { int i; for (i=0; i <=20; i += 2) { System.out.

affordable private tomcat servlet println(i); } System.out.println("All done!"); } //main ends here } As you might guess there is a corresponding operator. If we wanted to count down from twenty to zero by twos we could write: class CountToZeroByTwos { public static void main (String args[]) { int i; for (i=20; i >= 0; i -= 2) { System.out.

affordable private tomcat servlet println(i); } System.out.println("All done!"); } } You should note that we also had to change the initialization and test components of the operators that multiply and divide by their right hand sides before assigning. In practice you almost never see these because of the speed at which variables making use of them go to either zero or Inf. If you don't believe me consider the following cautionary tale.

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