Procedures that operate on one or more operands.
FreeBASIC has numerous operators that perform a certain function with their operands. Many operators use a "operand operator operand" syntax, like Operator = (Assignment) or Operator +, while others are called like normal procedures, like Operator Strptr.
Operators which assign the value of one operand to the other.
Operators that perform mathematical computations on their operands and return the result.
Operators that compare the relationship between their operands.
Operators that perform bitwise computations with their operands and return the result.
Operators that perform short circuit evaluations with their operands and return the result.
Operators that return references to variables or objects based on an index value.
Operators overloaded to work with strings.
Operators that control preprocessor behavior.
Operators that work with pointers and addresses.
Operators that allocate memory for and construct objects.
Operators that use iterator objects in For...Next statements.
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