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A variable, on the other hand, is the actual instantiation (the memory storage of data values being manipulated in the program) of that data-type at runtime or simply the actual memory that is allocated at runtime. For instance:             Int aPrimitiveInt = 24; where, 24 is the variable, or in this case, the actual contents stored in memory.


An identifier is the name and associated data-type that identifies a variable in a Java source file or more simply, the name of the variable that is in the source code for the program. For instance: int aPrimitiveInt where, aPrimitiveInt is the

name and int is the data type

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