Java Lambda expression - Sum of two integers

Java Lambda Program: Exercise-1 with Solution

Write a Java program to implement a lambda expression to find the sum of two integers.

Sample Solution:

Java Code:

// SumCalculator.java 

interface SumCalculator {
    int sum(int a, int b);

// Main.java
public class Main {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        SumCalculator sumCalculator = (x, y) -> x + y;
        int result = sumCalculator.sum(7, 6);
        System.out.println("Sum 7,6): " + result);
	result = sumCalculator.sum(15, -35);
        System.out.println("Sum 15, -35): " + result);

Sample Output:

Sum 7,6): 13
Sum 15, -35): -20 


In the above exercise, a functional interface named SumCalculator is defined. This interface has a single abstract method called sum that takes two integer parameters and returns an integer result. The lambda expression (x, y) -> x + y is used to implement this method. It takes two integers, x and y, and returns their sum.

In the main method, an instance of the SumCalculator interface is created using the lambda expression and assigned to the variable sumCalculator. For calculating the sum, the sumCalculator is invoked with pairs of integer arguments. System.out.println prints the results to the console from the result variable.


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