Increment and Decrement Operators in C

Increment and Decrement Operators in C


Increment operators are used to increase the value of the variable by one and decrement operators are used to decrease the value of the variable by one in C programs.

Type of Increment Operator

  • Pre increment/decrement Operator (++a, --a)
  • Post increment/decrement Operator (a++, a--)

In pre increment / decrement first increment/decrement the value of variable and then used inside the expression (initialize into another variable)

In post-increment / decrement first value of variable is used in the expression (initialize into another variable) and then increment / decrement the value of variable.


Programs

Write a program to input number of days from user and display it, week and days format.


For Example

input is : 20 days

then output is:

2 week and 6 days.



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Write a program to input number of days from user and display it, Month, Week and Days format. (consider 30days = 1 month)


For Example:

input is : 50 days


output is: 1 month, 2 week and 6 days.



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Write a C program which accept a character from user and ASCII Value of that character


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Write a program which accept one integer number from user and print it.


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Write a C Program to input any Character and Find its ASCII Value


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Write a C Program to input dividend, divisor and Compute Quotient and Remainder


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Write a C Program to Find the Size of int, float, double and char


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Write a C Program to Swap Two Numbers


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Write a C program to Swap Numbers Without Using Temporary(3rd) Variables


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Write a C Program to input any  number and Check  number is Odd or Even Using the Ternary Operator


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