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Man C++ is a really cool language. I hated it very much, even failed in it many times in my school exams. But to be honest, it isn’t that bad at all. You’ll love it, i promise. So its “Understanding The Basics Of C++”

As I had previously announced on my facebook page that i would be starting to write on C++ and other scripts, I also thought to make a tutorial section on this.

In this post i would be telling you about the stings and commands used in C++ to do different kind of magic.

Well first of all you have to know what are header files. They are the basic and needed function commands to run your C++ application.

Header File Types


This is needed to run or compile a C++ application, you may enter the further needed header files to this.

<iostream.h> – Input output stream, needed to run a C++ application

<string.h> – Used to input longer commands.

<conio.h> – Used to clear screen

That’s basic and we are only going to use those. And below are some command which we will use to make applications.

  • int – integer
  • char – character
  • float – define numbers with fractional parts
  • cin – standard input
  • cout – standard output
  • clrscr()/getch() – used to clear screen after a program is runned
  • if/else – Used to switch between commands
  • switch/case – Also used to switch between commands but larger amount of codes can be executed
  • do/while/for – Loop command switch statement

I would be doing a second and third part of this post where I would tell you more, we’ll go chapter wise. So the above were just basic commands we would be using to make low and high level apps.

Arithmetic Operates


Compound Assignments

expressionequivalent to…
y += x;y = y + x;
x -= 5;x = x - 5;
x /= y;x = x / y;
price *= units + 1;price = price * (units+1);

Increment and decrements

++x; x+=1; x=x+1;

Relational and comparison operators

==Equal to
!=Not equal to
<Less than
>Greater than
<=Less than or equal to
>=Greater than or equal to

Logical operators

!(5 == 5)// evaluates to false because the expression at its right (5 == 5) is true

!(6 <= 4)// evaluates to true because (6 <= 4) would be false !true// evaluates to false !

false// evaluates to true

&&if the left-hand side expression is false, the combined result is false (the right-hand side expression is never evaluated).
||if the left-hand side expression is true, the combined result is true (the right-hand side expression is never evaluated).


Bitwise operators

operatorasm equivalentdescription
&ANDBitwise AND
|ORBitwise inclusive OR
^XORBitwise exclusive OR
~NOTUnary complement (bit inversion)
<<SHLShift bits left
>>SHRShift bits right

Precedence of operators

LevelPrecedence groupOperatorDescriptionGrouping
1Scope::scope qualifierLeft-to-right
2Postfix (unary)++ --postfix increment / decrementLeft-to-right
()functional forms
. ->member access
3Prefix (unary)++ --prefix increment / decrementRight-to-left
~ !bitwise NOT / logical NOT
+ -unary prefix
& *reference / dereference
new deleteallocation / deallocation
sizeofparameter pack
(type)C-style type-casting
4Pointer-to-member.* ->*access pointerLeft-to-right
5Arithmetic: scaling* / %multiply, divide, moduloLeft-to-right
6Arithmetic: addition+ -addition, subtractionLeft-to-right
7Bitwise shift<< >>shift left, shift rightLeft-to-right
8Relational< > <= >=comparison operatorsLeft-to-right
9Equality== !=equality / inequalityLeft-to-right
10And&bitwise ANDLeft-to-right
11Exclusive or^bitwise XORLeft-to-right
12Inclusive or|bitwise ORLeft-to-right
13Conjunction&&logical ANDLeft-to-right
14Disjunction||logical ORLeft-to-right
15Assignment-level expressions= *= /= %= += -=
>>= <<= &= ^= |=
assignment / compound assignmentRight-to-left
?:conditional operator
16Sequencing,comma separatorLeft-to-right


So basically that’s it for today’s post. I would be posting 1-2 c+ programs daily for you. All will be copyright free and you can use them in your projects and school assignments.
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