I’m learning and have glanced over simple math operations in C#. However, a point that may be easy-peasy seems interesting that typically I know about division an integer by an another integer number is zero if first one is smaller than second one. So, I have looked at operator precedence in C# because maybe I have the wrong information about it. So, what about
Console.WriteLine((1 + 1) / 2 * 3); Shouldn’t it give zero as a result? But it gives
3. Is there a point that I have wrong knowledge about C#?
@Edit: The problem is about my arithmetic. I think it should be 2 / 2 * 3 then 2 / 6 = 0 why division takes place before multiplication? @Edit 2: The question can be closed. It is exactly about my wrong knowledge on precedence of operators. I had thought like a real math procedure in programming until now. I’m in shock. Advantages of the reading again and again and not skipping even if you supposed as I know the subject already
@Edit 3: After some time, I realized that there are some sorts of evaluation of math expressions called as like, PEMDAS, BODMAS, BEDMAS and BIDMAS. That’s why I got it wrong at first.
Then 2/2 *3
As you can see multiply and divide gets executed from left to right. Multiplication isn’t executed before the division.