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Class 11 Computer Science Important Questions Operators and Expressions in C
Very Short Answer Type Questions:
Question: Which operator causes its operand to be increased by one?
Ans: Increment (++) Operator
Question: Which operator returns the size of its operand, in bytes?
Ans: sizeof( )
Question: Which operators are used to test the relationship between two variables?
Ans: Relational Operators
Question: How many relational operators are present in C Language?
Ans: 6 (Six)
Question: Write all the Arithmetic Operators used in C programming.
Ans: +, -, *, /, %
Q5: Write the name of two ways of type conversion.
Ans: Implicit and Explicit
Short Answer Type Questions:
Question: Define Expression?
Ans: Expression is like a formula in mathematics. An expression can be any valid combination of operators and operands. A valid combination is a combination that confirms the syntax rules of the C language. Expression always returns some value after evaluation. For example: x = y * z;
Question: Define Conditional operator?
Ans: Conditional operator is also known as Ternary Operator. This operator requires three operands to perform its operation. Symbols ? : are used to represent Conditional/Ternary
operator. The syntax for using this operator is as follows:
Exp1? Exp2 : Exp3;
Exp1 should be a conditional expression that always returns a true (1) or false (0) result. If the result of Exp1 is true then Exp2 will perform its function otherwise Exp3 will perform its function.
Question: What is Operand?
Ans: Operands are data items on which operators can work. These operands can be variables or constant values. For example:
a + 5 * 10
In this example, operators + and * are doing their work on variable ‘a’, constant values 5 and 10. Here, ‘a’, 5 and 10 are the operands.
Question: What is an operator? Write the name of different types of operators?
Ans: Operators are the symbols that are used to perform specific operations on data. For example: We use + symbol to perform addition operation, * symbol is used to multiply, > symbol is used to compare etc. In these examples, +, *, > symbols (operators) are used that represents various types of operations. All operators return a value after performing their operation. Operators can be divided into the following three types:
• Unary Operators
• Binary Operators
• Ternary Operators
Question: Write about increment and decrement operators?
Ans: The increment and decrement operators are the unary operators. The ++ sign is used for the increment operator and the — sign is used for the decrement operator. The increment operator (++) increases the value of its operand by one while the decrement operator (–) decreases the value of its operand by one. The operand used with these operators must be a variable. They cannot be applied directly to a fixed value.
int x = 10;
++ x; It will increase the value of x to 11.
–x; It will decrease the value of x (10) to 9.
Question: What is Unary operator?
Ans: Operators that require only one operand to perform their operations are called Unary Operators. For example: ++, –, ! and ~ operators etc. The following example uses increment (++) Unary Operator:
int x = 10;
Here, ++ increment operator is a unary operator that performs its operation at only single operand x. This operator will increase the value of x by one unit and make its value 11.
Question: What is Type Conversion?
Ans: In C language, the value of an expression can be changed to a specific type of data type as required. When one type of value is converted to another type of value, it is called Type Conversion. In C language, this conversion can be done in two ways:
1. Implicit Conversion
2. Explicit Conversion
Long Answer Type Questions:
Question: What are Relational operators? Write a program for Relational operator?
Ans: Relational operators are also called Comparison Operators. These operators are used to compare values. After comparing the values, these operators return either true (1) or false (0) value. There are 6 relational operators in C language: == (Equals to), != (Not Equal to), > (Greater than), < (Less than), >= (Greater than or equal to) and <= (Less than or equal to). All these are Binary operators. Following Program shows the use of relational operators in C:
Question: Explain the Arithmetic Operators? Write any program using Arithmetic Operators?
Ans: Arithmetic operators are used to perform arithmetic operations, such as: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, etc. There are 5 arithmetic operators in C language: + (addition), – (subtraction), * (multiplication), / (division), and % (modules). Following program shows the use of arithmetic operators in C language:
Question: Explain Logical operators? Write any program of Logical operator?
Ans: Logical operators are also called Boolean Operators. These operators are used when we have to test more than one test condition at a time. There are 3 logical operators in C language: && (Logical AND), || (Logical OR) and ! (Logical NOT). ‘Logical AND’ and ‘Logical OR’ are the binary operators while ‘Logical NOT’ is a unary operator. These operators also return either true (1) or false (0) result after performing their operations. Following program shows the use of logical operators in C Language: