Integer intValue() Method in Java
intValue() of Integer class that is present inside java.lang package is an inbuilt method in java that returns the value of this integer as an int which is inherited from Number Class. The package view is as follows:
--> java.lang Package --> Integer Class --> intValue() Method
public int intValue()
Return Type: A numeric value that is represented by the object after conversion to the integer type.
Note: This method is applicable from java version 1.2 and onwards.
Now we will be covering different numbers such as positive, negative, decimal, and even strings.
- For a positive integer
- For a negative number
- For a decimal value and string
Case 1: For a positive integer
The integer Value of i = 68
Case 2: For a negative number
The integer Value of i = -76
Case 3: For a decimal value and string.
Note: It returns an error message when a decimal value is given. For a string this works fine.