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Dale Roberts A First C Program (mixing datatypes) www.kite-legends.blogspot.com
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Dale Roberts Data Type Conversion Data Type Conversion Rule #1 Rule #1 char, short char, short int int float float double double Rule #2 Rule #2 (double (double long long unsigned unsigned int) int) If either operand is double , the other is converted to double , and the result is double Otherwise, if either operand is long , the other is converted to long , and the result is long Otherwise, if either operand is unsigned , the other is converted to unsigned , and the result is unsigned Otherwise, the operand must be int www.kite-legends.blogspot.com
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Dale Roberts Examples Examples Example : c: char, u: unsigned, i: int, d: double, f:float, s: short, l: long, Expression Final Data Type Explanation c – s / i int short int, int/int, char int, int-int u * 3 – i unsigned int(3) unsigned, unsigned*unsigned=unsigned, int unsigned, unsigned-unsigned=unsigned u * 3.0 – i double unsigned double, double*double, int double, double-double=double c + i int char int c + 1.0 double char int (rule 1), int
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