Line float f = 7.0; will not compile because the type of a floating-point constant in java is double. This will compile: float f = (float) 7.0; or float f = 7.0f;
Line char c = "z"; will not compile because char constant is defined with single quotes. This will compile char c = 'z';
Line byte b = 255; will not compile because the byte type can only hold integers between –128 and +127; boolean type value can only be true or false. int j = 'z'; will compile because chars can be automatically casted to an int.