Difference between byte and sbyte in C#
byte : This Struct is used to represent 8-bit unsigned integers. The byte is an immutable value type and the range of Byte is from 0 to 255.
Minimum value of byte: 0 Maximum value of byte: 255
sbyte : This Struct is used to represent 8-bit signed integers. The sbyte represents integers with values ranging from -128 to +127.
Minimum value of sbyte: -128 Maximum value of sbyte: 127
Differences between byte and sbyte in C#
|byte is used to represent 8-bit unsigned integers||sbyte is used to represent 8-bit signed integers|
|byte stands for unsigned byte.||sbyte stands for unsigned byte.|
|It can store positive bytes only.||It can store negative and positive bytes.|
|It takes 8-bits space in the memory.||It also takes 8-bits space in the memory.|
|The range of byte is from 0 to 255.||The sbyte ranges from -128 to 127|
Syntax to declare the byte:
Syntax to declare the sbyte: