Introduction to C + +: Logical Operators and Conditional Operators

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Logical Operators

The logical operators are used to combine one or more relational expression. The following table shows the logical operators.

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Image of Logical Operators

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The NOT operator is called the unary operator because it requires only one operand.

Example 2

  • The first expressionevaluates to false and second expression evaluates to true. Therefore, the final expression is false.

  • In AND operation, if any one of the expressions is false, the entire expression is false

  • In OR operation, if any one of the expressions is true, the entire expression is true.

  • In NOT operation, only one expression is required.

  • If the expression is true, the NOT operation of true is false and vice versa.

  • Unary operators

  • C++ provides two unary operators for which only one variable is required.

For Example, 3

  • Here plus sign and minus sign are unary because they are not used between two variables.

  • Assignment operator

  • The assignment stores the value of the expression on the right-hand side of the equal sign to the operand on the left-hand side.

Example 4

In addition to standard assignment operator shown above, C++ also supports compound assignment operators.

Let us study the use of compound assignment operators in the following table:

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Example 5

/ / first

/ / second

In the second statement, the value of x is 7

Conditional Operator

  • The conditional operator is called ternary operator as it requires three operands. The format of the conditional operator is:

  • Conditional expression? expression: expression 2.

  • If the value of Conditional expression is true then the expression 1 is evaluated, otherwise expression 2 is evaluated.

Example 6

  • The condition evaluates to false, therefore big gets the value from b and it becomes 6.

  • The comma operator

  • The comma operator gives left to right evaluation of expressions.

  • It enables to put more than one expression separated by comma on a single line.

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