Programming in C : The value of the Expression

In C the value of the expression like (n == 0) , (x != n+1) , getchar() != EOF is zero or one.


Value of EOF is -1. This value may vary according to the machine.
And the value of character constants like ‘\n’ has an integer value as ‘A’ has the value 65.


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