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C++ Expression

The C++ expression is a combination of values, variables, operators, and function calls that can be evaluated to produce a result. Expressions can be as simple as a single constant or variable, or they can be complex combinations of operations.

Here are some examples of C++ expressions:

  1. Simple Arithmetic Expression:
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int result = 5 + 3; // Addition
  1. Combination of Arithmetic Operations:
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int result = (5 + 3) * 2; // Parentheses change the order of operations
  1. Variable Assignment:
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int x = 5;
int y = x * 2;
  1. Function Call:
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int z = calculateSum(x, y); // Assuming 'calculateSum' is a function that adds two numbers
  1. Logical Expression:
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bool isGreater = (x > y) && (x != 0);
  1. Array Access:
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int arr[5] = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5};
int element = arr[2]; // Accessing the third element (index 2)
  1. Type Casting:
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int a = 10;
double b = static_cast<double>(a); // Casting 'a' to a double
  1. Increment and Decrement:
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int count = 0;
count++; // Increment
count--; // Decrement
  1. Conditional (Ternary) Operator:
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int max = (x > y) ? x : y; // If 'x' is greater than 'y', 'max' is assigned 'x', otherwise 'y'.
  1. Member Access (For objects and structures):
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struct Point {
    int x;
    int y;
};

Point p;
p.x = 5;
p.y = 3;
  1. Complex Expressions:
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int result = (x * y) + (z / 2) - (a % 3);

Expressions are a fundamental part of programming. They are used to perform calculations, make decisions, and control the flow of your program. Understanding how expressions work and being able to construct and evaluate them is crucial for writing effective C++ code.

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