C  Operators
An operator is a symbol that tells the compiler to perform specific mathematical or
logical manipulations. C language is rich in builtin operators.
Types of Operators
1.Unary operators
are those that work on single operand e.g. increment operator( ++)
or the decrement operator(   ).
int a =b++; or something like int C =d ;
2.Binary operators
are the one that operate on two operands e.g. ‘+’, ‘

’, ‘ *’, ‘/’. Syntax
can be like int C=a+b;
3. Ternary operators
are the one that operates on three operands. It takes three
argumets . 1st argument is checked for its validity . If it is true 2nd argument is returned
else third argument is returned.
For example
if we write int C= a>b ? e:f; now if a is greater than b 'e' is returned
otherwise 'f' is returned.
C operators can be classified into following types:
•
Arithmetic Operators
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Relational Operators
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Logical Operators
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Bitwise Operators
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Assignment Operators
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Misc Operators
1).Arithmetic Operators
The following table shows all the arithmetic operators supported by the C language.
Assume variable
A
=10 and variable
B
=
20 then −
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