# C# Arithmetic Operators Example

C# example for arithmetic operators: Here, we are writing a C# program to demonstrate example of all arithmetic operators. By IncludeHelp Last updated : April 15, 2023

## Arithmetic Operators

Arithmetic operators are used to perform mathematic operations, here is the list of all C# arithmetic operators,

1. "+" (Addition) – it is used to add two number, string concatenation
2. "-" (Subtraction) – it is used to subtract second operand from first operand
3. "*" (Multiplication) – it is used to multiply two operands
4. "/" (Divide) – it is used to divide numerator from de-numerator
5. "%" (Modulus) - it is used to get remainder

### Example

```    Input:
int a = 10;
int b = 3;

//operations
int sum = a + b;
int sub = a - b;
int mul = a * b;
float div = (float)a / (float)b;
int rem = a % b;

Output:
sum = 13
sub = 7
mul = 30
div = 3.333333
rem = 1
```

## C# code to demonstrate the example of arithmetic operators

```// C# program to demonstrate example of
// arithmetic operators

using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Text;

namespace IncludeHelp {
class Test {
// Main Method
static void Main(string[] args) {
int a = 10;
int b = 3;

int sum = a + b;
int sub = a - b;
int mul = a * b;
float div = (float) a / (float) b;
int rem = a % b;

Console.WriteLine("Addition of {0} and {1} is = {2}", a, b, sum);
Console.WriteLine("Subtraction of {0} and {1} is = {2}", a, b, sub);
Console.WriteLine("Multiplication of {0} and {1} is = {2}", a, b, mul);
Console.WriteLine("Division of {0} and {1} is = {2}", a, b, div);
Console.WriteLine("Remainder of {0} and {1} is = {2}", a, b, rem);

//hit ENTER to exit the program
}
}
}
```

### Output

```Addition of 10 and 3 is = 13
Subtraction of 10 and 3 is = 7
Multiplication of 10 and 3 is = 30
Division of 10 and 3 is = 3.333333
Remainder of 10 and 3 is = 1
```