There are both * unary operators* and

`&`

) and dereference (`*`

), act on one operand. Binary operators, such as equality (`==`

) and multiplication (`*`

), act on two operands. There is also one ternary operator that takes three operands, and one operator, function call, that takes an unlimited number of operands.Some symbols, such as `*`

, are used as both a unary (dereference) and a binary (multiplication) operator. The context in which a symbol is used determines whether the symbol represents a unary or binary operator. The uses of such symbols are independent; it can be helpful ...

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