C-programming - Assignment operator, C++ assignment operator

Assignment operator

The assignment operator '=' is the operator used for assignment. Using the assignment operator, the value from the source (left side) is copied to the destination (right side).

The following program illustrates the usage of assignment operator

 #include <iostream.h>
 #include <conio.h>
  int main( )
    char ch='J';
    int i, j, k;
    float a, b, c;
    cout  << "ch:" << ch << '\n' ;
    cout  << "i:" << i << "j:" << j << "k" << k '\n' ;
    cout  << "a:" << a << "b:" << b << "c" << c '\n' ;
    return 0;


i=3 j=3 k=3
a=7.5 b=7.5 c=7.5

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