Boolean Expressions Reading assignment


#202
  1. Operators are symbols that are used to perform an operation. Most often these operations are arithmetic (addition, subtraction, etc), but not always.
  2. +, -, /, *, <, >, !=
  3. AND, OR, NOT and XOR.

#203

1. What are operators?
Operators are functions or “commands” that take one or few values (arguments), do something with them and output a result of that operator.

2. What binary operators do you know?

Addition (+), division (/), subtraction (-), multiplication (*).

3. What logical operators do you know?

AND (&&), OR (||), NOT (!).


#204
  1. Operators are symbols used to perform some operations on a set of operands.
  2. Binary operators: + , - , * , / , %
  3. Logical operators AND && , OR || , NOT !

#205

What are operators?
They are characters that represent actions upon values within the program.
What binary operators do you know?
Equal (==), Not equal (!=), Less than (<), Greater than (>), Greater than or equal to (>=), Less than or equal to (<=), Logical AND (&&), Logical OR (||), Plus (+), Minus (-), Multiplication (*), Divide (/)
What logical operators do you know?
&& (and), || (or) and ! (not)


#206
  1. What are operators?
    These are typically symbols that specify how to manipulate a value or set of values to produce a different output.
  2. What binary operators do you know?
    True/ false. >/<, ==/!=,
  3. What logical operators do you know?
    Typeof, &&, ||

#207

My understanding is that binary operators follow the logic that if a value isn’t one way it MUST be the other.

Logical operators are part of a method for getting a boolean value. They are used to create operations that RESULT in a value that can be interpreted as a binary/boolean, which always evaluates to either true or false.

I also don’t agree with the posts that are showing +,-,x,/ and other arithmetic operators as binary. Greater than (>) and less than (<) would qualify since that a true/false statement, same with == and != (one way or the other), but the other operators can produce a range of values which wouldn’t be consistent with binary/boolean logic.


#208
  • What are operators?
    it is and object which is capable of manipulating a value e.g +, -,
    Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
    / Division
    % Modulus (Division Remainder)
    ++ Increment
    – Decrement
  • What binary operators do you know?
    We saw binary operators for arithmetic (+, -, *, /, and %), string concatenation (+), comparison (==, !=, ===, !==, <, >, <=, >=), and logic (&&, ||)
  • What logical operators do you know?
    (&&, ||)
    as well as several unary operators (- to negate a number, ! to negate logically, and typeof to find a value’s type) and a ternary operator (?:slight_smile: to pick one of two values based on a third value.

#209

Hello here,

1.Operators are symbols in the program that allow to modify values to accomplish a certain function.
2.The binary Operators i know are the Symbols >< while applying them you create an Boolean value
3.There are 3 known logical Operators in Java Scrip which express and , or and not


#210
  1. An Operator is a symbol that when placed between two values, will give a third value.

  2. A Binary Operator is an operator that uses two values. These include +, -, /, *, <, >, ==, etc.

  3. JavaScript supports 3 Logical Operators which are: and (&&), or (||), and not (!).


#211
  1. Operators are used to assign and calculate values.

  2. "+, -, /, *, % "

  3. “&&” is AND “||” is OR “!” is NOT


#212

Boolean expressions - Reading assignment

  1. What are operators?
    Operators are used to compare values, assign values, perform arithmetic calculations
    =>
    <=
    '>
    ==
    !=
    <

  2. What binary operators do you know?
    In javascript binary operators are know as Boolean values +, -, *, /, %, <, >, <=, >=, ==, !=, ===, !==, && and ||

  3. What logical operators do you know?
    Logical operators are sometimes applied to Boolean values There are 3 logical operators which are,
    and, or, not

||
&&
!


#213
  • What are operators?
      • / Example of operators
  • What binary operators do you know

< >= <= == != are examples of binary operators.

  • What logical operators do you know?

and or not are examples of logical operators


#214

What are operators?
Operators act on values.

What binary operators do you know?
+,-,*,/,>,<,&&,||,%.

What logical operators do you know?
&&,||,!,?:


#215

1 They are symbols that act on 2 values (or variables) to produce an outcome
2 Mathematical symbols like *, - ,/ Others include ==, ===, !,
3 And, or, not: &&, II, !


#216
  1. Operators are symbols in JS that are used to manipulate or compare different kinds of values.

  2. Binary operators are +, -, *, /, ==, >, !< so on and so forth. Used to evaluate values.

  3. The logical operators are limited to producing a True/False result. ||, &&, and ! in front of either to negate them.


#217

What are operators? Are objects that manipulate values, such as +, -*, /

What binary operators do you know?

ddition + x = y + 2 7
Subtraction - x = y - 2 3
Multiplication * x = y * 2 10
Division / x = y / 2 2.5
Modulus % x = y % 2 1
Increment ++ x = ++ y 6
Increment ++ x = y++ 7
Decrement x = – y 4
Decrement x = y– 5

(THANKS Guactoshi)

What logical operators do you know?
and (&&), or (||) , and not (!)


#218

1.an operator is an inbuilt primitive function such as “addition”, “subtraction” etc
2. +, - , *. div etc etc
3. <,<=, >, .= etc


#219
  1. Operators in JavaScript are certain symbols used within the language. When used, operators are recognized for the purpose of causing action on the data. JavaScript operators are most often used in arithmetic but can also be objects.

  2. Binary operators use two values. The binary operators that I am currently familiar with are: true and false, > “is greater than”, < “is less than”, >= “is greater than or equal to”, <= “is less than or equal to”,== “is equal to”,! “is not equal to
    When an operation is applied to the Boolean value themselves it is considered to be a logical operator. The logical operators I am currently familiar with are: && “and”, II “or”,! (exclamation point) “not”.

  3. When an operation is applied to the Boolean value themselves it is considered to be a logical operator. The logical operators I am currently familiar with are: && “and”, II “or”, ! (exclamation point) “not”.


#220
  1. Operators act on two or more values and/or functions. Typically takes an input and gives an output.
  2. Binary operators work with two or more values. Some binary operators are math arithmetic - * / %, string concatenation +, and comparison == === != !== <= >= < >
  3. Some logical operators are and &&, or ||, and not !

#221

What are operators?

  • operator is a function to perform the specific features with variables.
    What binary operators do you know?
  • ±*/%
    What logical operators do you know?
  • === && ||