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The *(x: Long) method is utilized to find the product of the stated Short value and ‘x’ of type Long. Method Definition: def *(x: Long):… Read More
The *(x: Float) method is utilized to find the product of the stated Short value and ‘x’ of type Float. Method Definition: def *(x: Float):… Read More
The *(x: Short) method is utilized to find the product of the stated Short value and ‘x’ of type Short. Method Definition: def *(x: Short):… Read More
The *(x: Char) method is utilized to find the product of the stated Short value and ‘x’ of type Char. Method Definition: def *(x: Char):… Read More
The *(x: Int) method is utilized to find the product of the stated Short value and ‘x’ of type Int. Method Definition: def *(x: Int):… Read More
The *(x: Double) method is utilized to find the product of the stated Short value and ‘x’ of type Double. Method Definition: def *(x: Double):… Read More
The %(x: Double) method is utilized to find the remainder of the division of the stated Short value by ‘x’ of type Double. Method Definition:… Read More
The %(x: Short) method is utilized to find the remainder of the division of the stated Short value by ‘x’ of type Short. Method Definition:… Read More
The min() method is utilized to find the minimum of the two specified Short types. Method Definition: def min(that: Short): Short Return Type: It returns… Read More
The -(x: Long) method is utilized to find the difference of the stated Short value and ‘x’ of type Long. Method Definition: def -(x: Long):… Read More
The -(x: Char) method is utilized to find the difference of the stated Short value and ‘x’ of type Char. Method Definition: def -(x: Char):… Read More
The !=(x: Short) method is utilized to return true if the int value is not equal to the specified short value, otherwise returns false. Method… Read More
The !=(x: Byte) method is utilized to return true if the int value is not equal to the specified short value, otherwise returns false. Method… Read More
The !=(x: Char) method is utilized to return true if the int value is not equal to the specified char value, otherwise returns false. Here… Read More
The !=(x: Short) method is utilized to check if the stated Short value is not equal to ‘x’. And the ‘x’ is of type Short.… Read More