Precedence of operators

The table below is a list showing the order of precedence and associativity of all operators in the C programming language. They are listed from top to bottom in order of precedence and the same downward descent in the same cell (can be several rows of players in the same cell). The precedence of operators does not change due to overload.
Preceding table, although adequate, can not solve all the details. For example, the ternary operator allows arbitrary expressions as central operator regardless of the precedence of other operators. So a ‘b, c: d is interpreted as a’ (b, c): instead of d (a ‘b) (c: d). We must also take into account the result of an expression without parentheses conversion in C can not be the operand of sizeof. Hence sizeof (int) is interpreted as x (sizeof (int)) x and not sizeof ((int) x).

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