Operator in C




C - Operator - Definition and Usage

C operator

C Arithmetic operators - Definition and Usage

  • In C-Programming the Arithmetic operators is used to perform mathematical calculation such as
    • Addition(+),
    • Subtraction(-),
    • Multiplication(*),
    • Division(/) and
    • Modulus(%).
C Arithmetic operator

C Assignment operator - Definition and Usage

  • In C-program the assignment operator is used for assigning a value to a variable.
  • The most common assignment operator is = (equals to).
  • The assignment operators tend to be classified into two categories such as,
    • Simple assignment operator.
    • Compound assignment operator.
C Assignment operator

C Logical operator- Definition and Usage

  • In C-Programming the logical operators are used for defining the logical operation.
  • Generally, there are three logical operators in c language.
    • logical AND (&&)
    • logical OR (||)
    • logical NOT (!)
C Logical operator

C Bitwise Operator - Definition and Usage

  • In C-programming the bitwise operators are used to perform bit operations.
  • That is the decimal values are converted into binary values which are the sequence of bits and bit wise operators work on these bits.
  • Bit wise operators in C programming are
    • & (bitwise AND),
    • | (bitwise OR),
    • ~ (bitwise NOT),
    • ^ (bitwise XOR),
    • << (bitwise left shift) and
    • >> (bitwise right shift).
C Bitwise Operator

C Conditional Operator - Definition and Usage

  • In C-programming the conditional operator return one value if condition is true and returns another value if condition is false.
  • Conditional operators is also called as ternary operator.
C Conditional Operator

C Special Operator - Definition and Usage

  • In C-programming the special operators are mostly used for memory related functions.
  • In C-language some special operators are listed below as follows:
    • & Operator is used to get the address of the variable;
    • * Operator is used as pointer of the variable.
    • Sizeof() Operator is used to define the size of the variable
C Special Operator

C Increment/Decrement Operator - Definition and Usage

  • In C- Programming Increment operator (++) is used to increase the value of the variable by one .
  • In C- Programming decrement operator (--) is used to decrease the value of the variable by one .
C Increment/Decrement Operator


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