This chapter seeks to provide a deeper understanding of C++’s strong typing system, and shows how expressions are evaluated and converted.
Evaluation of Logical Expressions
Signed and Unsigned Integral Types
Standard Expression Conversions
Safer Typecasting Using ANSI C++ Typecasts
Run-Time Type Identification (RTTI)
Member Selection Operators
Here we formally define some terms that we have been using. Operators are special kinds of functions that perform calculations on operands and return results. Operands are the arguments supplied to the operator.
Operators can be thought of as ordinary functions, except that it ...