Course Content

Introduction to C++

Simple Operators

The **assignment operator** (`=`

):

main.cpp

It works exactly the same with the `string`

data type:

main.cpp

The **equality** (`==`

) and **inequality** (`!=`

) operators are used to numerically compare 2 variables:

main.cpp

Why 1 and 0? This is another method of using the `bool`

type.

The expression `var == 9`

equals `1`

(`true`

) if var numerically equals the number 9.

The expression `var == -9`

equals `0`

(`false`

) if var is not numerically equal to the number 9.

The **inequality** operator is doing exactly the opposite:

main.cpp

Section 3.

Chapter 1