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- 1. Lecture02(C Expressions & Operators)June 20, 2010 Todays Outline C operators Operator Precedence & Associativity C Expression Evaluation Type Conversion in Expressions Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 1 (CSE-1121)
- 2. C OperatorsAn operator is a symbol that tells the computer to performcertain mathematical or logical manipulations.Operators used in programs to manipulate data & variablesC is very rich in built-in operators, classified intofollowing number of categories: • Arithmetic • Relational • Logical • Bitwise • Assignment • Increment/Decrement • Conditional Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 2 (CSE-1121)
- 3. C Operators - Arithmetic Operators Following table lists C’s arithmetic operators: Operator Meaning + Addition or unary plus - Subtraction or unary minus * Multiplication / Division % Modulus Integer division(/) truncates any fractional part (remainder). Modulus operator (%) can not used be used on floating-pointdata. During modulus operation, sign of the result is always thesign of the first operand. .e.g. 5/2 -> 2 -11%2 -> -1 11/-2 -> 1 Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 3 (CSE-1121)
- 4. C Operators – Relational Operators Relational refers to the relationships that values can have with oneanother. Expressions that use relational operators return 0 for false & 1 fortrue. Operator Meaning > Is greater than >= Is greater than or equal to < Is less than <= Is less than or equal to == Is equal to != Is not equal to Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 4 (CSE-1121)
- 5. C Operators – Logical OperatorsLogical refers to the ways relationships can be connected.Expressions that use logical operators return 0 for false & 1 for true. Operator Meaning && AND || OR ! NOTThe truth table for logical operators is shown below: P Q P && Q P || Q !P 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 5 (CSE-1121)
- 6. C Operators – Bitwise Operators Bitwise operation refers to testing, setting, or shifting the actual bitsin a byte or word, which correspond to the standard char or int datatypes. Bitwise operator can not be used on float, double, long double orvoid data types. Operator Meaning & AND | OR ^ XOR ~ One’s Complement (NOT) >> Shift right << Shift left Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 6 (CSE-1121)
- 7. C Operators – Assignment Operator ‘=‘ used to assign the result of an expression to a variable. Generalform: variable_name = expression; Multiple assignments: x = y = z = 0; Compound assignments: The statement of the form var = varoperator expression can be written as var operator = expressione.g. x = x + 1 can written as x += 1 Operator Example += X += 1 -= X -= 1 *= X *= Y /= X /= Y %= X %= Y Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 7 (CSE-1121)
- 8. C Operators – Increment/Decrement ‘ ++ ’ adds 1 to its operand and ‘ -- ’ subtracts 1 from its operand. x = x +1 is same as ++x and x = x – 1 same as --x Both the increment and decrement operator may either in prefix orpostfix form. When postfix (x++ or x--) is used with a variable in an expression,the expression is evaluated first using the original value of the variableand then the variable is incremented (or decremented) by one. When prefix (++x or --x) is used in an expression, the variable isincremented (or decremented) first and then the expression isevaluated using new value of the variable. Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 8 (CSE-1121)
- 9. C Operators – Conditional OperatorAlso called ternary operator “ ?: ”General form: exp1 ? exp2 : exp3operation same as if-then-else statement a = 10; a = 10; b = 15; b = 15; If (a > b) x = (a > b) ? a : b; x = a; else x = b; Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 9 (CSE-1121)
- 10. C Expressions Expressions in C is any valid combination of operators, constants,functions, and variables. Expression is evaluated using precedence & associativity rule. Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 10 (CSE-1121)
- 11. C Type Conversion Implicit type conversion: C automatically converts anyintermediate values to the proper type so that the expression can beevaluated without loosing any significance, called implicit typeconversion. Rule: If the operands are of different types, the ‘lower type’ is automaticallyconverted to ‘higher type’ before operation proceeds. Explicit type conversion: When we force an expression to be aspecific type, called explicit type conversion. General form: (data_type) expression; e.g. int x; float y; x = (int) (y + 10.5); Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 11 (CSE-1121)
- 12. Any Question?Md. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 12 (CSE-1121)
- 13. Thank You AllMd. Mahbub Alam Structured Programming Language 13 (CSE-1121)

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