I want to ask about arithmetical operators.

1. It is written the following:

A = B + C, with description that add A to B and assign the result to C.

Is it mistake?

The same with A = B - C.

2. And I do not understand A = A % C, with description: A is remider of division of B on C(ex: 10%2 will produce 0).

I simple do not understand 10 % 2 = 0 and 10 % 3 = 1.

May you explain? :confused:

3. It was mentioned that we can not write as:

A=(B++)*5

we must write: :confused:

A++;

B=A*5

May be the following:

B++;

A=B*5

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