- What is arithmetic operators in C
- What is assignment operators in C
- What is the relational operators in C

### What is arithmetic operators in C

**C Arithmetic operators** are used to perform mathematical operations. There are five fundamental arithmetic operators supported by C language, which are addition(+), subtraction(-), multiplication(-), division(/) and modulus(%) of two numbers.

All **arithmetic operators** compute the result of specific arithmetic operation and returns its result.

Operator | Description | Syntax | Example |
---|---|---|---|

+ | Adds two numbers | a + b | 15 + 5 = 20 |

– | Subtracts two numbers | a – b | 15 – 5 = 10 |

* | Multiplies two numbers | a * b | 15 * 5 = 75 |

/ | Divides numerator by denominator | a / b | 15 / 5 = 3 |

% | Returns remainder after an integer division | a % b | 15 % 5 = 0 |

### What is assignment operators in C

**Assignment Operators** of C is used to assign a value to a variable. “=” is called simple arithmetic operator of C, it assigns values from right side operands(R value) to left side operand (L value).

The general syntax of assignment operator is:

variable_name = expression;

For Example

value = 1234;

value = 4/2;

### What is the relational operators in C

**Relational Operators** are used to compare two values in C. It specifies the relation between two values like equal, greater than, less than etc. **Relational operators** always returns boolean value (zero for false and non-zero value for true).

For Example

(A > B) : It checks whether A is greater than B or not. It will return none-zero(true) if A is greater than B otherwise zero(false).

Relational Operator | Example | Description |
---|---|---|

> | A > B | Checks if A is greater than B |

< | A < B | Checks if A is less than B |

>= | A >= B | Checks if A is greater than or equal to B |

<= | A <= B | Checks if A is less than or equal to B |

== | A == B | Checks if A is equal to B |

!= | A != B | Checks if A is not equal to B |