1 Answer
Anvi Jain

The short is equivalent to MySQL’s small int. The Java short takes 2 bytes that has the range -32768 to 32767 while MySQL smallint also take 2 bytes with same range.

Here is the demo code of short in Java −

public class SmallIntAsShortDemo {
   public static void main(String[] args) {
      short value = 32767;
      value = -32768;
      // value = 32768;
      // System.out.println(value);

The snapshot is as follows −

This will produce the following output −


Here is the snapshot of the output we ran in EclipseIDE −

The MySQL smallint takes 2 bytes with same range.


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