Sakshi Bajaj

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In this lesson, we will learn about the various relational and logical operators in c++ and how they are used in forming expressions. One thing common...

So far we have gone through the following operators in C++: Arithmetic Operators Increment and Decrement Operators Relational Operators Logical Operators Conditional...

This lesson focuses on expressions consisting of mixed data types. The C++ compiler has a way to deal with expressions that contains variables or constants...

There is  a special operator called  conditional operator in  C++ programming language, denoted by ?: symbol. It is way different from the other operators...

Previously we had seen the various arithmetic operators in C++. Now let us have a look at two new operators called the increment (++) and decrement (-...

Now that we know the various data types used in C++ language, let us see how we can modify these data types to provide more versatility to our code. We...

C++ programming language provides us with various types of operators for performing different tasks. One such class of operators is arithmetic operators. These...

A variable is an entity whose value can vary in a program. But sometimes, we need to fix the value of a variable for some purpose. For example, to calculate...

We had given an introduction to constants when we had talked about the different types of tokens in C++. Now let us study constants in detail and see how...

In the previous post, we had seen what are the various built-in data types in C++. We are now ready to use them to create variables in our programs. First...