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class Test {
    public static void main(String args[])  {
       System.out.println(10  20 + "GeeksQuiz"); 
       System.out.println("GeeksQuiz" + 10 + 20); 
   }  
}

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(A)

30GeeksQuiz
GeeksQuiz30

(B)

1020GeeksQuiz
GeeksQuiz1020

(C)



30GeeksQuiz
GeeksQuiz1020

(D)

1020GeeksQuiz
GeeksQuiz30


Answer: (C)

Explanation: In the given expressions 10 + 20 + “GeeksQuiz” and “GeeksQuiz” + 10 + 20 , there are two + operators, so associativity comes to the picture. The + operator is left to right. So the first expression is evaluated as (10 + 20) + “GeeksQuiz” and second expression is evaluated as (“GeeksQuiz” + 10) + 20 .


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