# Java Arithmetic Expressions

# Overview

In this tutorial, we will learn about Java arithmetic expressions. A Java expression is a combination of operands, operators, constants, and function calls that reduces to a value.

## Types of Arithmetic Expressions

- Integer Expressions
- Floating point expressions
- Mixed mode expressions

## Integer expressions

When all the operands in the expression are of integer types such an expression is called an integer expression.

For example:

*int x = 10;*

*int y = 12;*

*int result;*

*result = x + y;*

## Floating-point expressions

When all the operands in the expression are of a real type such as float/double types such an expression is called a floating-point expression.

For example:

*float x = 10.5;*

*float y = 12.63;*

*float result;*

*result = x + y;*

## Mixed mode expressions

When some operands in the expression are integer and others of a real type such as float/double types such an expression is called a mixed mode expression.

For example:

*float x = 12.55;*

*int y = 10;*

*float result;*

*result = x + y;*

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