# Operator precedence : Operators « Language Basics « C# / C Sharp

Operator precedence

```
/*
Mastering Visual C# .NET
by Jason Price, Mike Gunderloy

Publisher: Sybex;
ISBN: 0782129110
*/
/*
Example3_10.cs illustrates operator precedence
*/

public class Example3_10
{

public static void Main()
{

int myInt = 2 + 5 * 10;
System.Console.WriteLine("2 + 5 * 10 = " + myInt);

myInt = (2 + 5) * 10;
System.Console.WriteLine("(2 + 5) * 10 = " + myInt);

myInt = 2 * 20 / 5;
System.Console.WriteLine("2 * 20 / 5 = " + myInt);

}

}

```

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