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We can change one data type to another via typecasting. For typecasting in C, we utilise the cast operator, which is denoted by (type).

Typecasting, often known as type conversion, is a technique for converting one data type to another. It's a type of check used in computer programming to guarantee that variables are processed appropriately by a function. Converting an integer to a string is an example of typecasting.

In Java, there are two different methods of casting: Widening Casting (automated) – This is the process of converting a smaller data type to a larger data type. Narrowing Casting (manually) — This is the process of turning a larger data type to a smaller one.

Implicit type casting is the process of converting data types without losing their meaning. If the operands are of different data types, the lower data type operand is immediately transformed to the higher data type operand.

permanent, die, centrifugal, and continuous casting.

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