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vb.net barcode reader tutorial IMPORTANT PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS in Software
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ORDER 1 2 3 4 5 6
OPERATORS (negation), (bitwise not), !(logical not) + (addition), (subtraction) * (multiplication), /(division) &(bitwise AND), (bitwise OR), ^(bitwise XOR) <<(shift left), >>(shift right) <(less than), <=(less than or equals), =(equals), !=(not equals), >(greater than), >=(greater than or equals) Highest
&&(logical AND), (logical OR) 13.1 IMPORTANT PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS
is to place parentheses around the most important parts of the expression. For example, if you wanted to find the product of 4 and the sum of 5 and 3 and store it in a variable, you could write it as A = 4 (5 + 3) in your program to ensure that the sum of 5 and 3 is found before it is multiplied by 4. If the parentheses were not in place, you would probably have to use a temporary variable to save the sum before calculating the product, like

