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Which of these operators have the highest order of precedence?

(a) ‘(‘ and ‘)’

(b) ‘*’ and ‘/’

(c) ‘~’ and ‘^’

(d) ‘+’ and ‘-‘

Asked question is from Application of Stacks in section Application of Stacks of Data Structures & Algorithms I

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The correct answer is (c) ‘~’ and ‘^’

To explain: The highest order of precedence is ~ and ^ followed by ‘*’ ,’ /’, ‘+’ ,’-‘ and  then braces ‘(‘ ‘)’.

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