MATLAB has been called an expression based language, it interprets and evaluates typed expressions. Expressions are constructed from a variety of things, such as numbers, variables, and operators.
MATLAB has 14 fundamental data classes. The default numeric data type is double-precision.
Several operations might be combined into a single expression, MATLAB has strict rules about which operations are performed first in such cases, these are called precedence rules, and you can find them in the following table.
Precedence: 3 Operator: Multiplication and division, left to right
Precedence: 4 Operator: Addition and subtraction, left to right
Expression: an expression is a formula consisting of variables, numbers, operators and function names.
Statements: a statement usually has the form: variable = expression
Operator, Expression & Statements
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