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A symbol that operates on a variable or value is known as an operator. Operators include arithmetic, logical, conditional, relational, bitwise, and assignment operators, among others. Sizeof(), Pointer operator, Reference operator, and other specific sorts of operators are also available in C.

  • Arithmetic operators.
  • Assignment operators.
  • Relational operators.
  • Logical operators.
  • Bit wise operators.
  • Conditional operators (ternary operators)
  • Increment/decrement operators.
  • Special operators.

An operator is a character or characters in computer science that determine the action to be executed or contemplated. Arithmetic operators, relational operators, and logical operators are the three types of operators used by programmers.

There are as many as 6 types of C language

With one or two operands, expressions carry out particular actions based on an operator. A constant, a variable, or a function result can all be operands. There are three types of operators: arithmetic, logical, and relational. Unary operators are arithmetic operators that take only one operand into account.

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