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Consider the grammar given below E? E+E | E*E | E-E | E/E | E^E | (E) | id Assume that + and � have the same but least precedence, * and / have the next higher precedence but the same precedence and finally ^ has the highest precedence. Assume + and � associate to the left like * and / and that ^ associates to the right. Choose the correct statement with respect to relations for the ordered pairs (^,^) , (-,-) , (+,+) , (*,*) in the operator precedence table constructed for the grammar A. all < B. all > C. <,>,=,< D. <,>,>,>

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