The cast operator has same high degree of precedence as other unary operators. The increment and decrement operators can only be applied to variables. An expression like ‘(exp) ++’ is illegal. Bitwise shift operators can be used with constants or variables.
Var >> n
Here ‘Var’ is shifted n positions to the right. ‘n’ must be a positive value. Bitwise operators are using only on integral operands.
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