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#322
  1. What are operators?
    Operators are carrying out certain operations such as aritmetic, comparison, conditioning etc. These are in Javascript build modules that we call.

  2. What binary operators do you know?
    +,-,*,/,%, and all comparison operators.

  3. What logical operators do you know?
    &&,||,!


#323
  1. What are operators?
    Operators are tools represented by symbols which allows you to interact with values and create new ones.

  2. What binary operators do you know?

  • , - , / , * , > , < , == , ll , &&, >= , <= , !false , !true, ! ,
  1. What logical operators do you know?
    and => &&
    or => ll
    not => !

#324

1.operator is an object that is capable of manipulating a value.
2.+, -, *, /, %,>,<,<=,==,!=
3.3.There are three logical operators:
And (&&) (represents logical)
Or(||)
Not (!) (operator that flips the value).


#325
  1. Operators perform some operations with the values.
  2. +, -, /, *, %, ==, ===, >, >=, <, <= etc.
  3. &&, ||, !

#326
  1. What are operators?

An operator performs an operation on a single or multiple data value, and then produces a result.

  1. What binary operators do you know?

The binary operators that I know are: + - * / % > <

  1. What logical operators do you know?

The logical operators that I know are: || && ! >= <= == !=


#327

Operator are:

(+ ) Addition
(- ) Subtraction
(* ) Multiplication
** Exponentiation
/ Division
% Modulus (Division Remainder)
++ Increment
– Decrement

Logical operators are:

&& logical and
|| logical or
! logical not


#328
  1. Operators operates between values to produce the result.
  2. addition , substraction etc
  3. ==, >=, <=, !=

#329

What are operators?

JavaScript operators are used to assign values, compare values, perform arithmetic operations, and more.

There are many types of Javascript Operators, these include

Arithemtic Operators, Assignment Operators, String Operators, Comparison Operators, Conditional (Ternary) Operators, Logical Operators and many more.

What binary operators do you know?

Operators that use two values are binary operators.

+, -, *, \ , >, <, >=, <=, ==, !=

What logical operators do you know?

There are 3 Logical Operators in JavaScript --> and,or, not

‘and’ is represented by &&

‘or’ is represented by ||

‘not’ is represented by !


#330
  1. What are operators?
    Is used to assign value, perform arithmetic operation, vompare values, assign condition, logic.
  2. What binary operators do you know?
    Binary operators basically depends on the statement return a true or a false .
  3. What logical operators do you know?
    &&, ||, !

#331
  1. Operators combine and transform values
  2. +, -, *, /, <, > ,| |, && etc

i. Comparison operators (>, ==, <, <=, >=, !=,and so on)

ii && and ||
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#332
  1. Operators manipulate values.
  2. Binary operators are the ones that use 2 values (+,*, /).
  3. AND(&&), OR(||), NOT(!).

#333
  1. Operators are used to perform operations on values.
  2. +, -, *, \ , >, <, >=, <=, ==, !=
  3. && (and), || (or), ! (not)

#334
  1. Operators are logical methods that compares one or more pieces of data
  2. Booleans
  3. <, >, ==, !=, ||

#335

1.) Operators are text parameters that specify the properties of values.

2.) >, <, <=, >=, ==, !=

3.) &&, ||, !


#336
  1. They are a way to make variables interact with one another. The most trivial operators are the basic math ones: addition, substraction, multiplication and divide.

  2. Mathematical: + , - , * , / , > , < , => , <= , !=
    Logical: && , ||

  3. As mentioned above, the and (&&)statement, the or statement (||), and also the negate
    (!) statement, which is unary.


#337
  1. Operators are used in arithmetics, when having one or many values of variables act on one another in an equation for the purpose of solving a problem.

  2. Binary operators focus specifically with two opposite states, “ON/OFF” or “TRUE/FALSE”,
    they will always return a result either one or the other but never anything else. Binary operators are very useful in creating a way test your logic of your code while programming, like a built in auditing process.

  • Multiplicative Operators
    • The * Operator
    • The / Operator
    • The % Operator
  • Additive Operators
    • The Addition operator ( + )
    • The Subtraction Operator ( - )
  • Bitwise Shift Operators
    • The Left Shift Operator ( << )
    • The Signed Right Shift Operator ( >> )
    • The Unsigned Right Shift Operator ( >>> )
  • Relational Operators
    • The Less-than Operator ( < )
    • The Greater-than Operator ( > )
    • The Less-than-or-equal Operator ( <= )
    • The Greater-than-or-equal Operator ( >= )
    • The instanceof operator
    • The in operator
  • Equality Operators
    • The Equals Operator ( == )
    • The Does-not-equals Operator ( != )
    • The Strict Equals Operator ( === )
    • The Strict Does-not-equal Operator ( !== )
  • Binary Bitwise Operators ( & , ^ , | )
  • Binary Logical Operators ( && , || )

Technically speaking, also the assignment and comma operators are binary .

–Bergi


#338

1.What are operators?
Operators are used to assign values, compare values, perform arithmetic operations

2.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 (/)

3.What logical operators do you know?
(&&, ||),


#339
  1. Operators are special symbols that compare or alter values in a program.
  2. Binary operators = ==, !=, <, >, <=, >=, +, -, *, /
  3. AND, OR, NOT - &&, ||. !=

#340

1. What are operators?
Objects that are capable of manipulating values.

2. What binary operators do you know?

      • /

3. What logical operators do you know?
&&| | ~!


#341

1. What are operators?
Operators are symbols that can manipulate and operate on values e.g. 1+1 =2, where the plus symbol (+) for example is an operator between the values (1).

2. What binary operators do you know?
Definition: Operators that use two values are called binary operators,
console.log(10 - 2)
console.log(3 > 2)
console.log(3 = 3)

3. What logical operators do you know?
AND (&&)
OR (| |)
Not Equal To (!=)