Integer floatValue() Method in Java
floatValue() method of Integer class present inside java.lang package is used to convert the value of the given Integer to a float type after a widening primitive conversion which in general is mostly applicable when we want to truncate or rounding-off the integer value. The package view is as follows:
--> java.lang Package --> Integer Class --> floatValue() Method
public float floatValue()
Return Type: A numeric value represented by this object after converting it to type float.
Note: This method is workable when it is supported by java version 1.2 or onwards, so make sure to update java version if running on older(introductory) java versions.