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Category:Guitar production softwareQ: Why do I keep getting System.out.println(Integer.toBinaryString(80)) displays 0 in Binary form? I don't get the answer. For example, the System.out.println(80) returns the correct answer 0. But System.out.println(Integer.toBinaryString(80)) returns the wrong answer (1). What is wrong in my codes? Thanks in advance! public class Main { public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println(Integer.toBinaryString(80)); } } A: Integer.toBinaryString(int) only returns a string representation of the specified int (it does not actually cast it to a string). So even though you are telling it to return a binary string, it isn't casting your int to a String object first. To get a String containing the binary representation of the int, you need to call toString on the int and pass the result through toBinaryString: System.out.println(Integer.toBinaryString(80).toString()); Alternatively, since you know what you are doing, you could use the BigInteger API to do this conversion for you: System.out.println(new BigInteger("80",2).toString(2)); You could also use the DecimalFormat API to do the conversion with a pattern to make the binary string a bit easier to read: System.out.println(new DecimalFormat("#").format(new BigInteger("80", 2))); Q: Is there a "best" way to uninstall VMware Fusion/Parallels? I've been using VMware Fusion/Parallels in recent years, but I find the utilities to be horribly confusing and clunky. As an alternative, I've been looking at BootCamp, but I'm afraid it will be as awkward to set up and use as VMware. Is there a "best" way to uninstall Fusion/Parallels? A: I'm assuming you're talking about Parallels since VMware Fusion and Parallels both run on Mac OS X. There is no simple uninstall procedure that I've found, so you'll have to start with the Par



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