





1.10 Expressions, Assignments, and OperatorsExpressions evaluate to values, and are used in assignments or in calls to methods:Mathematical (result in numerical values)
Boolean (results in a boolean value)
Some special notations exist for incrementing/decrementing:
In an assignment, values are stored in a location denoted by a name. The left side of an assignment must necessarily denote a memory location denoted by a variable name. The right side of an assignment must be a value:
Operators in Java include: Mathematical: + ,  , * , / , % (modulus) Boolean: && (and),  (or), == (test equality), != (test inequality

