Why are int values compared using ==, whereas String values are compared using .equals?

Why are int values compared using ==, whereas String values are compared using .equals?
What i have said about a String is that (b) String values are compared using .equals because its used to see if two objects are the same meaning they have identical values.

Olá!!! Como faço o casting desse exercício em C# de double para int? SEGUE O QUE CONSEGUI EXECUTAR ATÉ AGORA

using System;
using System.Globalization;

namespace _1021_2
{
class Program
{
static void Main(string() args)

    {
        double N;
        int quociente, resto, nota, moeda;

        N = double.Parse(Console.ReadLine(), CultureInfo.InvariantCulture);

       

        resto = (int)(N * 100, 0 + 0, 5);

        Console.WriteLine(" NOTAS: ");

        nota = 100;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        nota = 50;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        nota = 20;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        nota = 10;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        nota = 5;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        nota = 2;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        nota = 1;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);



        Console.WriteLine(" MOEDAS ");

        moeda = 100;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        moeda = 50;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        moeda = 20;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        moeda = 10;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        moeda = 5;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        moeda = 2;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        moeda = 1;
        quociente = resto / (nota * 100);
        Console.WriteLine(quociente + " nota (s) de R $ " + nota + " .00 ");
        resto = resto % (nota * 100);

        Console.WriteLine(resto + " moeda (s) de R $ 0,01 ");


    }
}

}

python – TypeError: ‘>’ not supported between instances of ‘WLSymbol’ and ‘int’

I’m using wolfram client library fro python

I have the following expressions

error = 50 
iter = 1
while error > 5:

The following error appears

while error > 5:
TypeError: '>' not supported between instances of 'WLSymbol' and 'int'

Suggestions on how to resolve this will be really helpful.

Integrability of $int log(f(x)) f(x) dx$ for a probability density function $f$

I am looking for weak conditions when a probability density function $f$ on $mathbb{R}^d$ has a finite integral

$$
int_{mathbb{R}^d} log(f(x)) f(x) dx.
$$

Any references would be appreciated.

How do you integrate $int x^{dx}$?

I have absolutely no clue. What is that even supposed to mean?

Difference between int 21h and int 80h?

When i read from the internet. I get that both perform interrupt functions. Then what is the difference?

c# – error CS0266: Cannot implicitly convert type ‘float’ to ‘int’. An explicit conversion exists (are you missing a cast?)

playerHealth.currentHealth is an int. Try this. It converts the float value to an int explicitly. The (int) part is a called a “cast”, so this is what the error message is telling you that is missing.

public class AbilityOne : MonoBehaviour
{
    public PlayerHealth playerHealth;
    public float healthGain = 2f;

    void OnTriggerStay2D(Collider2D other)
    {
        playerHealth.currentHealth += (int)(healthGain * Time.deltaTime);
    }
}

BUT this fixes the error, but I bet it’s not the behavior you want. It looks like you’ll be adding small fractions of health each frame. That will fail if you try to store those fractions in an int. I recommend making playerHealth.currentHealth a float. Then the code you have in your question will work fine.

Como puedo convertir a int?

introducir la descripción de la imagen aquí

Necesito convertir txtEdad.Text a int

algorithms – Write the method stopAtFive (int j)

JAVA
Write the method stopAtFive (int j)

instructions are below:
write the code for the method, where you keep generating random numbers from 1 to 10 until you get j number of 5’s. Every time you get a 5, you go to the next line. Once you get to j number of 5’s, you stop. For example: if j was equal to 3, then a possible output printed to console is like:

183925

135

19292084185

As you can see from the above output, there was 3 lines because j equals 3, with each line ending with 5. That is what we are trying to do here.
Whenever you get to a 5, you go to the next line and repeat until there are j number of 5’s. Remember to print to console.

Motivation for the integral notation $int _{I in mathbb{I}} D(I)$ for a categorical limit?

What is the motivation for the integral notation $int _{I in mathbb{I}} D(I)$ for a categorical limit, which is otherwise known as $underset {mathbb{I} leftarrow} {lim} D$?