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Please explain about precedence of operators.

I have not been able to understand this help.

8/19/2019 1:08:55 PM

Khushi Puri

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If you have attended second grade in school, you might have already learnt some. This: 2 + 3 * 5 equals 17, not 25, because multiplication happens first. Multiplication has higher precedence, therefore it happens first. But here is an improvised 'table': Parentheses () Increment/decrement ++ / -- Multiplication/division * / / Addition/subtraction + / - Assignment =, +=, *=, ... Comparison operators ==, >, !=, ... Logical operators &, &&, |, ... There are of course lots more, but you can probably look it up yourself

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Thanks but I have passed second grade. Lol

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Precedence of operators is simply the chronology a compiler will follow while executing a program. Different operators have different preferences when it comes to programs.. some have a higher affinity as compared to others.

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