1. In computer programming, operators are constructs defined within programming languages which behave generally like functions, but which differ syntactically or semantically. Common simple examples include arithmetic, comparison, and logical operations.
2. True / false, Yes/ no, On/off
3. And, or and not
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1. Operators are symbols that perform actions on values. It’s like value = noun and operator = verb.

2. <=, >=, ==, !=, &&, ||

3. &&, ||, !, ? :

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1. What are operators?

Operators are functions which can manipulate inputted values.

1. What binary operators do you know?

Arithmetic operators such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, modulus etc.
Other binaries include assignment, string, equal to, ternary operators.

1. What logical operators do you know?

These determine variables or values into a boolean statement.
&&
||
!

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1- What are operators?
they are symbols and words that glue strings together .
2- What binary operators do you know?
The > and < signs are the traditional symbols for “is greater than” and “is
less than”.
3- What logical operators do you know?
and, or, and not.

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1. operators are specific action symbols that are programmed to produce a result. these symbols are used in-between arguments which when prompted produce a result based on its action. (I’m not sure if I explained this correctly but I do understand what operators are)

2. The Binary operators that I know are…, Everything with a “value” is true. Everything without a “value” is false. ie. greater than >, or Less than < , add + , subtract -, Multiply *,equal to =, not equal to !=, are just a few. thanks great question!

3. Logical operators include and &&, or ||, not !

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1. What are operators?
an operator is an object that allows programmers to manipulate values

2. What binary operators do you know?
Binary operators will output either TRUE or FALSE. Some binary operators are < and >. As well as == and !=

3. What logical operators do you know?
Logical operators are used to “reason” about Boolean. Examples are && and ||

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1. What are operators?
It is verb combining a subject and a direct object. Or the action required between two values.
2. What binary operators do you know?
Multiplicative operators;
Shift operators;
Relational operators;
Equality operators;
Bitwise operators;
Logical operators.
3. What logical operators do you know?
AND (&&) and OR (||)
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1. I understand operators as symbols that JS understands and is able to calculate values from.

2. Binary operators that I believe I understand are yes/no, true/false, on/off, stop/go, begin,end.

3. Logical operators that I believe I understand are and (&&), or (||), an not (!).

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1. What are operators?
part of expression which interacting with values

2. What binary operators do you know?
" + ; - ; * ; / "

3. What logical operators do you know?
and %% ; or || ; not !

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• What are operators?
JavaScript operators are used to assign values, compare values, perform arithmetic operations etc.

• What binary operators do you know?
Operators that use 2 values are called Binary Operators.
Binary Operators that I am aware are:

1. Arithmetic - Including + - * / %
2. String Concatenation - Including +
3. Comparison - Including == != === !== < > <= >=
4. Logic (Operators applied to Boolean Values) - Including && ||
• What logical operators do you know?
Logical Operators are those that are applied to Boolean Values and may be Unary of Binary.
The Logical Operators that I am aware of include && || and !
! is a unary operator
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@max_wolflife

% is binary operation . did you mean &&(AND) ?

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1. Operators are symbols or words used in programs to perform specific mathematical, relational or logical operation and produce final result.

2. Binary operators are:

• Arithmetic, including modulo;
• Comparison;
• Logical;
• Assignment;
• Comparison.
1. Logical operators are:
• && (and);
• || (or);
• ! (not).
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quote=“ivan, post:1, topic:3068”]

• What are operators?
Are used to assign values, compare values, perform math.
• What binary operators do you know?
" Operators that use two values are called binary operators, while those that
take one are called unary operators. The minus operator can be used both as
a binary operator and as a unary operator." < > &&
• What logical operators do you know?
II (or), && (and), ! (not)
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1. An operator is a command that manipulates a value. There are many kinds of operator, including unary, binary, ternary and Boolean.

2. The most simple binary operators are the mathematical commands such as +, -, *, %, which can calculate one value from two. A Boolean operator is also a binary operator, because it produces a new value by comparing two values, e.g. console.log(“Aardvark” < “Zoroaster”)
// → true.

3. A logical operator is one that can be applied to Boolean values. JavaScript supports three logical operators: and, or, and not, which can can be used to ‘reason’ about Booleans. Ternary operators are logical operators that act on three values. e.g. console.log(true ? 1 : 2);
// → 1
console.log(false ? 1 : 2);
// → 2

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1. What are operators?

The ”action”.
The ”+” in ex. 1 + 2 = 3 is the operator, 1 and 2 are values.
Operators allow you to evaluate conditions and do calculations

1. What binary operators do you know?

Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Multiplication (*)
Divide (/)
Equal (==)
Less than (<)
Greater than (>)
Greater than or equal to (>=)
Less than or equal to (<=)
Logical AND (&&)
Logical OR (||)
Not equal (!=)

What logical operators do you know?

The “&&” operator represents logical: and. It is a binary operator, and its result is true only if both the values given to it are true.

The || operator denotes logical: or. It produce true if either of the values given to it is true.

The (!) operator represent logical: Not. It is a unary operator that flips the value given to it. !true produces false, and !false gives true.

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Yes &&
I don’t know where %% come from

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1. An operator performs some operation on single or multiple operands (data value) and produces a result.

2. Multiplication (*)
Remainder (%)
Division (/)
Subtraction (-)
Left shift (<<)
Right shift (>>)
Less than (<)
Less than or equal to (<=)
Greater than (>)
Greater than or equal to (>=)
Equality (==)
Inequality (!=)
AND (&)
OR (|)
XOR (^)
AND (&&)
OR (||)

3. AND (&&) and OR (||).

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1. What are operators?

An operator performs some operation on single or multiple data value (operands) and produces a result. Eg. 1 + 2 where the + is an operator and the 1,2 are the data values.

1. What binary operators do you know?

&&, +, -, <, >

1. What logical operators do you know?

&& (and), || (or), !(not)

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1. Operators is what’s used to produce a result such as 1 + 1.
2. Binary operator are bits of 0’s and 1’s.
3. If 17 < 20 then it’s false.
1. Operators are elements that can be used to link together one or more values under specific logic. Based on the number of values one can have unary operators such as “typeof” that gives the value type of an element wrapped on brackets, and binary operators.
2. Binary operators are those that use two values. The most common binary operators are mathematical +,-,*,/ , other are comparison operators like <,>,==,!= etc…
3. Logical operators are those that can be applied to Boolean values. Javascript use only three logical operators -> AND (&&), OR (||) and NOT (!).
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