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Yes it does. The multiplication has to happen first (because it’s in the brackets). 2*5 is 10. 12/10 is 1 (using integer arithmetic).

## Does Bodmas rule apply in Java?

Does java use BODMAS? BODMAS is basic rule of mathematics, its not dependent on any programming language.

## What is Bodmas rule in Java?

BODMAS stands for Bracket, of, Division, Multiplication, Addition, and Subtraction. It refers to the order of operations to solve an expression. It is also known as Bodmas rule, which tells which process to perform first to evaluate a given numerical expression.

## Does precedence of operators in Java follow Bodmas?

The precedence of operators in Java follows BODMAS.

## Do programming languages follow Bodmas?

Most modern computer programming languages (probably all mainstream languages) follow the same rules for order of precedence for mathematical operations as PEMDAS, PEDMAS, BODMAS, BOMDAS, BIDMAS (they’re all the same).

## Does Python follow Bodmas?

Python follows the traditional mathematical rules of precedence, which state that multiplication and division are done before addition and subtraction. (You may remember BODMAS.) This means in our example above, 2 and 4 are multiplied first, and then the result is subtracted from 10.

## Does C++ use Bodmas?

Originally Answered: Does C++ obey BODMAS? Yes, C++ (just like all languages in the same family) have the concept of o perator precedence . If you look at the table behind the link provided, you’ll see that multiplication and division has higher precedence (5th position) than addition and subtraction (6th position).

## Is Bodmas rule correct?

Its letters stand for Brackets, Order (meaning powers), Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction. … It contains no brackets, powers, division, or multiplication so we’ll follow BODMAS and do the addition followed by the subtraction: This is erroneous. The correct value is 3.

## Are Bodmas and Pemdas the same?

BODMAS, BIDMAS and PEMDAS are acronyms for remembering the order of operations in mathematics. BODMAS stands for Brackets, Orders, Division, Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction. BIDMAS and PEMDAS do exactly the same thing but using different words.

## Does C# follow Bodmas?

Answers. C# follows BODMAS by default. See the order of operations for C# operators. You can verify this yourself.

## Does order of operations apply in Java?

Yes, Java follows the standard arithmetic order of operations. However, you may be expecting a different answer than what you got. This is because the value 1/4 is evaluated using integer arithmetic, because both the 1 and the 4 are integers.

## What is the precedence of operators in Java?

When two operators share a common operand, 4 in this case, the operator with the highest precedence is operated first.

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Associativity of Operators in Java.

Operators | Precedence | Associativity |
---|---|---|

bitwise inclusive OR | | | left to right |

logical AND | && | left to right |

logical OR | || | left to right |

ternary | ? : | right to left |

## Do Computers follow Pemdas?

I couldn’t find something talking specifically about java script, but it seems most computer languages follow PEMDAS (you may know it as GEMDAS, it’s the same concept just different names).