Operators In C++ | Topic 4 | VU Insider

Operators are used to perform different type of operations on variables and values. In C++, operators are divided into following groups:
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Assignment Operators
  • Comparison Operators
  • Logical Operators

Arithmetic Operators

Arithmetic operators are used to perform basic mathematical operations like addition, subtraction, division etc.

List of Arithmetic Operators

Addition(+)x+yadds two values
Subtraction(-)x-ysubtracts two values
Multiplication(*)x*ymultiplies two values
Division(/)x/ydivides one value from another
Modulus(%)x%yreturns the remainder
Increment(++)x++increase value by one
Decrement(--)x+ydecrease value by one

Example: int x = 10 + 20; // 30 (10 + 20)
int y = x - 10; // 20 (30 - 10)
int z = x + y; // 50 (30 + 20)code-box

Assignment Operators

These operators are used to assign values to variables. For example, we have to assign the value 10 to variable x. We can write it as;
int x = 10;

List of Assignment Operators


Comparison Operators

The operators used to compare two values. Comparison operators either return 1 or 0 as the return value. 1 means true and 0 means false.

The following example will tell us if x is greater then y. int x = 10;
int y = 5;
cout << (x>y); // it returns 1(true) as 10 > 5code-box

List of Comparison Operators

==Equal tox == y
!=Not equal tox != y
">"Greater then"x > y"
"<"Less then"x < y"
">="Greater then or equal to"x >= y"
"<="Less then or equal to"x <= y"

Logical Operators

Operators used to determine the logic between variables.

List of Logical Operators

Name (sign)ExampleDetails
Logic AND (&&)"x<10 td="" x="">Returns if both statements are true
Logic OR(||)"x<10 td="" x="">Returns if one of statements is true
Logic NOT(!)"!(x<10 td="" x="">Returns false if result is true

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