C supports various operators to perform different kind of operations.

With C operators, you can do arithmetic, compare data, modify variables, combine relationship logically... etc. C operators operates on one or more operands to produce a value.

Operators taking just one operand are called unary operators.

Operators requiring two operands are called binary opeartors.

Data itself is called as operands.

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C supports almost common arithmetic operators such as +,-,* , / .

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Modulus operator %.It is an unary operator.....

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Increment and Decrement Operators are called Unary Operators.....

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C provides you a list of relational opeartors to allows you to compare data. The relational operators enable you to check whethere two variables or expressions are equal, not equal, which one is greater or less than other......

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C logical operators enable to combine relational operators or logical operators into one boolean result. C supports the negation (!), logical AND (&&), and logical OR (||).....

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C provides you six bitwise operators including AND, inclusive OR, left shift, right shift and one's complement for bit manipulation.......

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C assignment operators are used to assigned the value of a variable or expression to a variable.....

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C ternary operator is sometimes called conditional operator or trinary operator because it is a shorthand of combination of the if-else and return statement and has three operands........

With C operators, you can do arithmetic, compare data, modify variables, combine relationship logically... etc. C operators operates on one or more operands to produce a value.

Operators taking just one operand are called unary operators.

Operators requiring two operands are called binary opeartors.

Data itself is called as operands.

**Types of operators are**1)

**Arithmetic Operators**C supports almost common arithmetic operators such as +,-,* , / .

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**Modulus Operator**Modulus operator %.It is an unary operator.....

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**Unary Operators**Increment and Decrement Operators are called Unary Operators.....

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**Relational Operators**C provides you a list of relational opeartors to allows you to compare data. The relational operators enable you to check whethere two variables or expressions are equal, not equal, which one is greater or less than other......

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**Logical Operators**C logical operators enable to combine relational operators or logical operators into one boolean result. C supports the negation (!), logical AND (&&), and logical OR (||).....

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**Bitwise Operators**C provides you six bitwise operators including AND, inclusive OR, left shift, right shift and one's complement for bit manipulation.......

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**Assignment Operators**C assignment operators are used to assigned the value of a variable or expression to a variable.....

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**Conditional Operator**C ternary operator is sometimes called conditional operator or trinary operator because it is a shorthand of combination of the if-else and return statement and has three operands........

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