C# Unary Operators (Increment and Decrement)1 min read

Unary Operators are the Increment and Decrement Operators. They operate on a single operand. They are ++ and -- operators. ++ is used to increase the value by 1 and — is used to decrease the value by 1.

  • Post-Increment or Post-Decrement:
    First, the value is used for operation and then incremented or decremented. Represented as a++ or a–.
  • Pre-Increment Pre-Decrement:
    Here First the value is incremented or decremented then used for the operation. Represented as ++a or –a.

Example of Unary Operators in C#


Example of Post and Pre Increment operators in C#



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