C Language Operator Precedence Chart
Operator precedence describes the order in which C reads expressions. For example, the expression
a=4+b*2 contains two operations, an addition and a multiplication. Does the C compiler evaluate
4+b first, then multiply the result by
2, or does it evaluate
b*2 first, then add
4 to the result? The operator precedence chart contains the answers. Operators higher in the chart have a higher precedence, meaning that the C compiler evaluates them first. Operators on the same line in the chart have the same precedence, and the "Associativity" column on the right gives their evaluation order.
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