
Operators
Logical operators in programming are like a set of tools that help us decide what to do depending on how things look. Logical operators tell the computer to do something based on how two different things compare.


Addition ^{Arithmetic Operators}

The addition operator returns the sum of two variables.
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Example of addition operator in python.
age = 20 print(age + 1) # 21



Subtraction ^{Arithmetic Operators}

The subtraction operator returns the difference of two variables.
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Example of subtraction operator in python.
age = 20 print(age  2) # 18



Multiplication ^{Arithmetic Operators}

The multiplication operator returns the product of two variables.
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Example of multiplication operator in python.
age = 20 print(age * 3) # 60



Division ^{Arithmetic Operators}

The division operator returns the quotient of two variables.
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Example of division operator in python.
age = 20 print(age / 2) # 10



Modulus ^{Arithmetic Operators}

The modulus operator returns the remainder of two variables.
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Example of modulus operator in python.
age = 20 print(age % 9) # 2



Exponentiation ^{Arithmetic Operators}

The exponentiation operator returns the power of two variables.
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Example of exponentiation operator in python.
age = 2 print(age ** 3) # 8



Equal ^{Comparison Operators}

The equal operator checks if two variables are equal value.
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Example of equal operator in python.
age = 20 print(age == 20) # True



Equal Type ^{Comparison Operators}

The equal type operator checks if two variables are equal value and type.
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Example of equal type operator in python.
age = '20' print(age == '20') # True



Not Equal ^{Comparison Operators}

The notequal operator checks if two variables are not equal value.
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Example of notequal operator in python.
age = 20 print(age != 18) # True



Not Equal Type ^{Comparison Operators}

The notequal type operator checks if two variables are not equal value and type.
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Example of notequal type operator in python.
age = 20 print(age != '20') # True



Greater Than ^{Comparison Operators}

The greaterthan operator checks if the value of the first variable is greater than the second.
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Example of greaterthan operator in python.
age = 20 print(age > 18) # True



Less Than ^{Comparison Operators}

The lessthan operator checks if the value of the first variable is less than the second.
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Example of lessthan operator in python.
age = 20 print(age < 21) # True



Greater Than or Equal ^{Comparison Operators}

The greaterthan or equalto operator checks if the value of the first variable is greater than or equal to the second.
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Example of greaterthan or equalto operator in python.
age = 20 print(age >= 20) # True



Less Than or Equal ^{Comparison Operators}

The lessthan or equalto operator checks if the value of the first variable is less than or equal to the second.
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Example of lessthan or equalto operator in python.
age = 20 print(age <= 20) # True

