# Summary

- Operators are the symbols that represent specific operations.
- % uses pure integer division thereby requires integer operands.
- The increment and decrement operators add 1 or subtract 1 from operand's value
- The order of evaluation among logical operators is NOT, AND, OR
- The size of operator returns the size of a variable or a data type.
- An expression is composed of one or more operations.
- Expressions are arithmetic, relational or logical.
- To use mathematical library function, the header file math.h must be included.
- In implicit conversion all operands are converted up to the type of the largest operand.
- All assignment operators have lower precedence than conditional operator.