# Introduction to Operators in C

In this tutorial, I will introduce operators in C. We will learn some terminology related operators, and we will set the ground to understand all the operators in C in the upcoming tutorials.

In this tutorial, I will introduce operators in C. We will learn some terminology related operators, and we will set the ground to understand all the operators in C in the upcoming tutorials.

**Operator**: An operator is like a special symbol that we use to do something with values or variables. It helps us perform specific actions or calculations. For instance, the plus sign (+) is an operator that lets us add two numbers together.**Operand**: When we use an operator, we need values to operate on. These values are called operands. In the expression 2 + 3, the numbers 2 and 3 are the operands.**Expression**: An expression is something that can be evaluated to get a specific value. It can be a combination of operators and operands. For example, when we evaluate the expression 2 + 3, we get the value 5. So, 2 + 3 is an expression because it can be calculated to give us a result.

Following are the fundamental operators available in C:

- Arithmetic operators
- Relational operators
- Logical operators
- Assignment operators
- Bitwise operators
- Increment and decrement operators

We will study these operators one by one in the subsequent tutorials.

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