Wk04_Operators

# Wk04_Operators - Operators Arithmetic Operators All the...

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Operators Arithmetic Operators All the operators work in the expected way and can be applied to any built-in numeric data type. The modulus operator works on integers as well as floats. Unlike VisualBasic, there is no exponent operator. Operator Meaning + Addition - Subtraction * Multiplication / Division % Modulus ++ Increment -- Decrement Relational Operators C# relational operators allow you to compare two similar types and return a bool. Operator Description == Returns true if the two values are the same != Returns true if the two values are not the same < Returns true if one value is smaller than the other one > Returns true if one value is greater than the other one <= Returns true if one value is smaller or equal to the other one >= Returns true if one value is greater or equal to the other one Bitwise Operators C# bitwise operators allow you to manipulate values at the byte level. These specialized operators will not be used in this course.

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