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Java Precedence Mnemonic

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Parents After PreAlgebra Shifts (and) Compares Equations (and) answers, (eat) carrots, or (simply) bite logs if (a teacher gives an) assignment.

 

Mnemonic Operator Type Direction of Evaluation
Parents ()
[]
·
Parentheses
Array subscript
Member selection
After ++
Unary post-increment
Unary post-decrement
Pre ++

+

!
~
( type )
Unary pre-increment
Unary pre-decrement
Unary plus
Unary minus
Unary logical negation
Unary bitwise complement
Unary type cast
Algebra *
/
%
Multiplication
Division
Modulus
—- +
Addition
Subtraction
Shifts <<
>>
>>>
Bitwise left shift
Bitwise right shift with sign extension
Bitwise right shift with zero extension
Compares <
<=
>
>=
instanceof
Less than
Less than or equal
Greater than
Greater than or equal
Type comparison (objects only)
Equations (Equally) ==
!=
Is equal to
Is not equal to
Answers (ANDsers) & Bitwise AND
Carrots ^ Bitwise exclusive OR
Or | Bitwise inclusive OR
—Bite Logs— && Logical AND
–Bit (then) logical– || Logical OR
If ? : Ternary conditional
Assignment =
+=
-=
*=
/=
%=
Assignment
Addition assignment
Subtraction assignment
Multiplication assignment
Division assignment
Modulus assignment

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