Saturday, 9 March 2013

MCQ #3

Question)Assume x = 6 and y = 7 .What is the result of (!(y == x))


  • True
  • False
Answer) True

Explanation) The answer is pretty straight forward . x=6  and y=7 so y == x is false. Negation ( ! ) of false is true and hence our final result is True. Remember brackets have higher preference than any of the operators.

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