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  1. #1 Bipush vs sipush 
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    Anyone know what's the difference between BIPUSH and SIPUSH when it comes to Opcodes?

    From Opcodes Class:
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        public static final int BIPUSH = 16;
        public static final int SIPUSH = 17;
    Don't tell me 16 and 17, I see that. I want to know what each is used for.
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    BIPUSH pushes a signed byte onto the stack. SIPUSH pushes a signed short onto the stack.

    A simple search through the JVM specification would've told you that.
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    For future reference, try [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    It doesn't take long to get a general idea of what each instruction does.
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