Operators are the verbs of the C language that let you calculate values. C’s rich set of operators is one of its distinguishing characteristics. In the preceding chapters, you have already seen a number of C operators, such as + (addition), /(division), < (less than), and = (assignment). The operator symbols are composed of one or more special characters. If an operator consists of more than one character, you must enter the characters without any intervening spaces:
$$x \Leftarrow y\;/ * \,legal\,expression\,*/$$
$$x \Leftarrow y\;/ * \,illegal\,expression\,*/$$
KeywordsLogical Operator Conditional Operator Decrement Operator Arithmetic Operator Assignment Operator
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
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