CPP MCQ
What is a binary operator in C++?
A)
Operator that performs its action on three operand
B)
Operator that performs its action on a single operand
C)
Operator that performs its action on two operand
D)
Operator that performs its action on any number of operands

Correct Answer : Option (C) :   Operator that performs its action on two operand

Explanation : Binary operators are those operators that work with two operands. For example, a common binary expression would be a + b—the addition operator (+) surrounded by two operands. The binary operators are further subdivided into arithmetic, relational, logical, and assignment operators.