Basic maths - operator precedence

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  • nice question.

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  • Not much different from this one

    http://www.sqlservercentral.com/questions/Precedence/95143/

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  • Nice one...

  • easy basic question 🙂

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    But still 23% answer are incorrect ;-):w00t:

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  • hi, Morning start with basic question.... thanks...

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  • I got it wrong!

    I'd applied BODMAS to the 4 statements so I figured it was a different answer. Thought my reasoning was sound, so I checked the link and found:

    When two operators in an expression have the same operator precedence level, they are evaluated left to right based on their position in the expression.

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  • Nice & easy one.

    But you steal some of my time by making me to sit and calculate each and every statement..:-) .

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  • bitbucket-25253 (2/5/2013)


    Not much different from this one

    http://www.sqlservercentral.com/questions/Precedence/95143/

    Previous one was quite simple expression. This one with some complex expression..

    We can consider this as series of question..:-)

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  • Dineshbabu (2/6/2013)


    But you steal some of my time by making me to sit and calculate each and every statement..:-) .

    You could have saved that time. I just checked for which statements the parentheses matched the order SQL Server would use without parentheses and for which statement a different order was forced. Only one forced a different order, so that had to be the correct answer.


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  • Hugo Kornelis (2/6/2013)


    Dineshbabu (2/6/2013)


    But you steal some of my time by making me to sit and calculate each and every statement..:-) .

    You could have saved that time. I just checked for which statements the parentheses matched the order SQL Server would use without parentheses and for which statement a different order was forced. Only one forced a different order, so that had to be the correct answer.

    +1

    Same numbers and operators, only parenthesis change position. This is a pure mathematical question! No calculation required.

  • Good reminder of basic maths.

    Thanks for the question

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