Arithmetic Operators


Operators that can be used in mathematical expressions

The mathematical operators perform mathematical operations with the values of their operands and return the results.

Operator + (Add)
Returns the result of an addition of two operands.
Operator - (Subtract)
Returns the result of a subtraction of two operands.
Operator * (Multiply)
Returns the result of a multiplication of two operands.
Operator / (Divide)
Returns the result of a division of two operands.
Operator \ (Integer divide)
Returns the result of an integer divide of two operands.
Operator ^ (Exponentiate)
Returns the result of an exponentiation of two operands.
Operator Mod (Modulus)
Returns the result of a modulus of two operands.
Operator - (Negate)
Returns the result of a negation of an operand.
Operator Shl (Shift left)
Returns the result of a bitwise shift left of an operand.
Operator Shr (Shift right)
Returns the result of a bitwise shift right of an operand.
 

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