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# Operators

An operator in computer science is usually a symbol or a set of symbols that represent an action. It tells the programme to perform a specific set of instructions or calculations.

## Arithmetic Operators​

Arithmetic operators are used to perform maths operations:

OperatorDefinition
-Subtraction
*Multiplication
/Division
%%Modulus: returns the remainder of the division of the number to the left by the number on its right
%/%Quotient: returns the quotient by integral division
^Exponential

## Relational Operators​

Relational operators are used to compare two values:

OperatorDescription
>`TRUE` when first value is greater than second value
<`TRUE` when first value is smaller than second value
<=`TRUE` when first value is less than or equal to second value
>=`TRUE` when first value is greater than or equal to second value
==`TRUE` when first value is equal to second value
!=`TRUE` when first value is not equal to second value

## Logical Operators​

OperatorDefinition
&AND operator (element-wise)
&&AND operator (vector-wise)
!Logical NOT (will return a statement as FALSE, if it is TRUE)
IOR Operator (element-wise)
IIOR operator (vector wise)