Addition is one of the four primary arithmetic operations. The operator + (plus) operates on two operands to produce the sum.
sum = operand1 + operand2;
- sum: variable. Allowed data types: int, float, double, byte, short, long.
- operand1: variable or constant. Allowed data types: int, float, double, byte, short, long.
- operand2: variable or constant. Allowed data types: int, float, double, byte, short, long.
int a = 5; int b = 10; int c = 0; c = a + b; // the variable 'c' gets a value of 15 after this statement is executed
※ NOTES AND WARNINGS:
- The addition operation can overflow if the result is larger than that which can be stored in the data type (e.g. adding 1 to an integer with the value 32,767 gives -32,768).
- If one of the numbers (operands) are of the type float or of type double, floating point math will be used for the calculation.
- If the operands are of float / double data type and the variable that stores the sum is an integer, then only the integral part is stored and the fractional part of the number is lost.
float a = 5.5; float b = 6.6; int c = 0; c = a + b; // the variable 'c' stores a value of 12 only as opposed to the expected sum of 12.1
- Language : = (assignment operator)
- Language : / (division)
- Language : * (multiplication)
- Language : % (remainder)
- Language : - (subtraction)
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