Primitive data types

Java has two different data types: Primitive Types and Reference Types.
Primitive types are passed to and from methods ‘by value’ which means that each time a primitive type is passed as argument, a new value is created on the stack.
Reference types are instances of classes (objects) and are handled in another section.

Java has eight primitive types:

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