Thread: variable declarations

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    Question variable declarations

    I have been working on this stuff for one hour every day for the past few days and i still dont get it.
    "if "a" is an int, "b" is a double, and "c" is a char, what is the type of value returned by the expression "c % a", "char(a)", or "int(b)"

    If you can help at all please do I am very desperate for answers!!!


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    "c % a",

    %, is the Modulo operator it produces the ramainder of a division , such that 25 % 24 would equal 1,

    a char is actually single byte int , where-as and int is 4 bytes


    this converts a to a char,

    or "int(b)"

    this converts b to an int
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