An operator tells a computer to perform a specific operation, such as multiplication, division, or determining a statement as true or false. Besides the usual mathematical functions, C uses increment (++, which adds 1 to a number's operand), decrement (—, subtracts 1), and a number of logical and relational operators. C is known for the versatility of its operators.

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