# Simple Calculator using C++

Creating a Simple Calculator is a very popular program among the coding community. It can help you learn how to choose an option from various arithmetic operations that you want to perform among two or more values. If you want to learn how to make a simple calculator using the C++ programming language, then this article is for you. In this article, I will take you through a tutorial on how to create a simple calculator using C++.

## Simple Calculator using C++

You must have used a physical calculator or the calculator you find on your smartphone once in your life. A calculator is an application that helps a user easily perform mathematical calculations. A simple calculator is a calculator that allows you to perform basic mathematical calculations such as:

2. subtraction
3. multiplication
4. division

So, to create a simple calculator, you need to allow the user to select the operation (add, subtract, multiply, divide) that they want to perform between two values. Here’s how you can write a C++ program to create a simple calculator:

```Enter Value 1 and Value 2 : 34 67
Enter The Arithmetic Operation You Want (+, -, /, x) : +
101```

In the code above, I used the switch statement in C++ to select an operation. Switch statements allow us to choose from several sections of a program where each option results in different actions. While writing values of the inputs of the switch statements, make sure to use string values in single quotes only instead of double quotes.

Also, Read – C++ Programs for Beginners with Code.

### Summary

So this is how you can easily create a very simple calculator by using the C++ programming language. A simple calculator is a calculator that allows you to perform basic mathematical calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. I hope you liked this article on how to create a simple calculator using C++. Feel free to ask your valuable questions in the comments section below. ##### Aman Kharwal

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