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*OPERATORS IN **C++*

*OPERATORS IN*

*C++*

Operators in c++ are the symbols that triggers an action on variables and values to perform mathematical or logical operations. These are of 6 types:

**Arithmetic operator****Increment/decrement operator****Relational operator****Logical operator****Assignment***operator**Misc operator*

*Arithmetic operators in c++*

*Arithmetic operators in c++*

It is the most important operator. It takes numerical values in the form of input and then produces a single numerical value after operating.

** Example:** A=4, B=2. If we want to perform addition and subtraction using these variables: A+B=6 & A-B=2. Here

**and**

*“+”***are arithmetic**

*“–”*OPERATORS | MEANING | EXAMPLE | RESULT |

+ | Addition | 4+2 | 6 |

– | Subtraction | 4-2 | 2 |

* | Multiplication | 4*2 | 8 |

/ | Division | 4/2 | 2 |

% | Modulus | 4%2 | 0 |

*Increment/decrement operators in c++*

*Increment/decrement operators in c++*

The increment operator (++) adds the value of a operand by 1.

*Types of increment operators:*

**Pre – increment:**It increases the value of the operand and then stores the new value of the operand.**Post – increment:**It first stores the value of the operand and then increases the value of the operand.

The decrement operator (–) drops the value of the variable by 1.

*Types of decrement operators:*

**Pre – decrement:**it first decreases the value of the operand and then stores the new value of the operand.**Post –****decrement:**it first stores the value of the operand and then decreases the value of the operand.

*EXAMPLE 1:*

*OUTPUT:*

*EXAMPLE 2:*

*OUTPUT:*

**Relational operators**

**Relational operators**

Relational operators in c++ are used in defining the relationship between 2 operators. These operators compare the value and return true or false in the form of binary value.

Let us understand this with an example taking A=8, B=9

Operator | Operation | Example |

== | Gives result as true if values of 2 operands/variables are equal. | A==B is not true |

!= | Gives result as true if values of 2 variables/operands are not equal. | A != B is true |

< | Gives the result as true if the variable on the right-hand-side is greater than that of the left-hand-side | A<B is true |

> | Gives the result as true if the variable on the left-hand-side is greater than that of the right-hand-side | A>B is false |

<= | Gives the result as true if the left-hand-side variable is less than or equal to the right-hand-side variable | A<=B is true |

>= | Gives the result as true if the left-hand-side variable is greater than or equal to the right-hand-side variable | A>=B is false |

**Logical operators**

**Logical operators**

Whenever one or more than one expressions need to be combined then we use logical operators. We have 3 fundamental logical operators: * ! (Not), && (And), || (Or)*.

** Not (!):** It is a unary operator. It reverses the value of the variable/operand.

A | !A |

1 | 0 |

0 | 1 |

** And (&&):** It is a binary operator which operates with 2 operands. Gives true if both the variables are non-zero. In simple words, it can be explained as the multiplication of values of both operands.

A | B | A && B |

0 | 0 | 0 |

0 | 1 | 0 |

1 | 0 | 0 |

1 | 1 | 1 |

** Or (||):** It is also a binary operator which operates with 2 operands. Gives result as true when at least one of the operands is non-zero. In simple words, it is the addition of values of both operands.

A | B | A || B |

0 | 0 | 0 |

0 | 1 | 1 |

1 | 0 | 1 |

1 | 1 | 1 |

**Example:**

- ( 5<3 && 6!=4) Answer= False
- ! (4==5) Answer= True
- (4<6 || 7>3 && 5!=6) Answer= True

*Assignment operators*

*Assignment operators*

Assignment operators are used to assigning the value to the variable.

OPERATOR | OPERATION | EXAMPLE |

| | |

= | Assigns the value of the right-hand-side to the left-hand-side. | A=B. In this, value of B will be stored in A. |

+= | Adds RHS to the LHS and assigns the result to the left-hand-side. | A+=B. In this, A=A+B. |

-= | Subtracts RHS from LHS and assigns the result to LHS. | A-=B. In this, A=A-B. |

*= | Multiplies RHS with LHS and assigns the result to LHS. | A*=B. In this, A=A*B. |

/= | Divides RHS with LHS and assigns the result to LHS. | A/=B. In this, A=A/B. |

*Misc operators*

*Misc operators*

OPERATOR | OPERATION | EXAMPLE |

| | |

sizeof() | it gives the size of the variable. | If A is a char variable, then the sizeof(A) will be 1. |

Condition?X:Y | If the condition is true, then X will be executed otherwise Y will be executed. | 5>3? true:false. In this case, true will be printed. |

Comma (,) | It causes a sequence of operations. It is the value of the last expression of the comma-separated list. | |

**Precedence of operators:**

**Precedence of operators:**

Post increment (++) and post decrement (–) |

(++) Pre-increment, (–) pre-decrement, sizeof, unary plus (+) and unary minus (-) |

Multiplication (*), division (/) and modulus (%) |

Addition (+) and subtraction (-) |

Less than (<), Less than or equal (<=), Greater than (>) and greater than or equal (>=) |

Equal (==) and not equal (!=) |

Logical And (&&) |

Logical Or (||) |

Conditional (?:) |

Assignment operators (=, +=, -=, *=, /=) |

Comma operator (,) |

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