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Unary operator evaluation

 
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Hi every1
Can any1 tell me how are these statements evaluated ?




They are unary operators. So how is the calculation being done ?
 
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It may help to understand that those are not unary operators; they're binary (left and right operands). They are evaluated left-to-right in order of precedence (accounting for parentheses, of course).
 
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P.S. The unary operators are +, -, ++, --, ~, !, and cast operators.

Examples:

 
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I'm sorry I mentioned unary by mistake.

I meant Bitwise logical operators.

Thanks for pointing that out.

So how is it evaluated anyway ?
 
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The code is evaluated is as follows:

The numbers converted into the binary format and the opertaors on the binary format.

int a = 1 | 2 ^ 3 & 5;
The operation will be like this 001|010^011&101

The precedence is like this &,^,|

so the steps to the result are

1)001|010^001
2)001|011
3)011

The result is 3
 
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The results are:

a=3
b=0
c=3

The order of operations for a has already been explained by santoshkumar, and as he said, it's equivalent to the forced order that you imposed for c.
 
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