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# JavaScript Operators

## What is an Operator?

In JavaScript, an operator is a special symbol used to perform operations on operands (values and variables). For example,

``2 + 3; // 5``

Here `+` is an operator that performs addition, and `2` and `3` are operands.

## JavaScript Operator Types

Here is a list of different operators you will learn in this tutorial.

• Assignment Operators
• Arithmetic Operators
• Comparison Operators
• Logical Operators
• Bitwise Operators
• String Operators
• Other Operators

## JavaScript Assignment Operators

Assignment operators are used to assign values to variables. For example,

``let x = 5;``

Here, the `=` operator is used to assign value `5` to variable `x`.

Here’s a list of commonly used assignment operators:

Operator Name Example
`=` Assignment operator `a = 7; // 7`
`+=` Addition assignment `a += 5; // a = a + 5`
`-=` Subtraction Assignment `a -= 2; // a = a - 2`
`*=` Multiplication Assignment `a *= 3; // a = a * 3`
`/=` Division Assignment `a /= 2; // a = a / 5`
`%=` Remainder Assignment `a %= 2; // a = a % 2`
`**=` Exponentiation Assignment `a **= 2; // a = a^2`

Note: The commonly used assignment operator is `=`. You will understand other assignment operators such as `+=``-=``*=` etc. once we learn arithmetic operators.

## JavaScript Arithmetic Operators

Arithmetic operators are used to perform arithmetic calculations. For example,

``let number = 3 + 5; // 8``

Here, the `+` operator is used to add two operands.

Operator Name Example
`+` Addition `x + y`
`-` Subtraction `x - y`
`*` Multiplication `x * y`
`/` Division `x / y`
`%` Remainder `x % y`
`++` Increment (increments by 1) `++x` or `x++`
`--` Decrement (decrements by 1) `--x` or `x--`
`**` Exponentiation (Power) `x ** y`

### Example 1: Arithmetic operators in JavaScript

``````let x = 5;
let y = 3;

console.log('x + y = ', x + y);

// subtraction
console.log('x - y = ', x - y);

// multiplication
console.log('x * y = ', x * y);

// division
console.log('x / y = ', x / y);

// remainder
console.log('x % y = ', x % y);

// increment
console.log('++x = ', ++x); // x is now 6
console.log('x++ = ', x++); // x returns 6 and then increases by 1
console.log('x = ', x);

// decrement
console.log('--x = ', --x); // x is now 6
console.log('x-- = ', x--); // x returns 6 and then increases by 1
console.log('x = ', x);

//exponentiation
console.log('x ** y =', x ** y);``````

Output

```x + y =  8
x - y =  2
x * y =  15
x / y = 1.6666666666666667
x % y = 2
++x =  6
x++ = 6
x = 7
--x = 6
x-- = 6
x = 5
x ** y = 125```

Note: The ** operator was introduced in EcmaScript 2016. And, some browsers may not support the exponentiation operator. To learn more, visit JavaScript exponentiation browser support.

## JavaScript Comparison Operators

Comparison operators compare two values and return a boolean value, either `true` or `false`. For example,

``````let a = 3, b = 2;
console.log(a > b); // true ``````

Here, the comparison operator `>` is used to compare whether a is greater than b.

Operator Description Example
`==` Equal to: returns `true` if the operands are equal `x == y`
`!=` Not equal to: returns `true` if the operands are not equal `x != y`
`===` Strict equal to: `true` if the operands are equal and of the same type `x === y`
`!==` Strict not equal to: `true` if the operands are equal but of different type or not equal at all `x !== y`
`>` Greater than: `true` if left operand is greater than the right operand `x > y`
`>=` Greater than or equal to: `true` if left operand is greater than or equal to the right operand `x >= y`
`<` Less than: `true` if the left operand is less than the right operand `x < y`
`<=` Less than or equal to: `true` if the left operand is less than or equal to the right operand `x <= y`

### Example 2: Comparison operators in JavaScript

``````// equal operator
console.log(2 == 2); // true
console.log(2 == '2'); // true

// not equal operator
console.log(3 != 2); // true
console.log('hello' != 'Hello'); // true

// strict equal operator
console.log(2 === 2); // true
console.log(2 === '2'); // false

// strict not equal operator
console.log(2 !== 2'); // false
console.log(2 !== '2'); // true``````

Output

```true
true
true
true
true
false
false
true```

Comparison operators are used in decision making and loops. You will learn about the use of comparison operators in detail in the later tutorials.

### JavaScript Logical Operators

Logical operators perform logical operations and return a boolean value, either `true` or `false`. For example,

``````let x = 5, y = 3;
(x < 6) && (y < 5); // true``````

Here, `&&` is a logical operator AND. Since both `x < 6` and `y < 5` are `true`, the result is `true`.

Operator Description Example
`&&` Logical AND: `true` if both the operands are `true`, else returns `false` `x && y`
`||` Logical OR: `true` if either of the operands is `true`; returns false if both are `false` `x || y`
`!` Logical NOT: `true` if the operand is `false` and vice-versa. `!x`

### Example 3: Logical Operators in JavaScript

``````// logical AND
console.log(true && true); // true
console.log(true && false); // false

// logical OR
console.log(true || false); // true

// logical NOT
console.log(!true); // false``````

Output

```true
false
true
false```

Logical operators are used in decision making and loops. You will learn about the use of logical operators in detail in the later tutorials.

### JavaScript Bitwise Operators

Bitwise operators perform operations on binary representations of numbers.

Operator Description
`&` Bitwise AND
`|` Bitwise OR
`^` Bitwise XOR
`~` Bitwise NOT
`<<` Left shift
`>>` Sign-propagating right shift
`>>>` Zero-fill right shift

Bitwise operators are rarely used in everyday programming. If you are interested, visit JavaScript Bitwise Operators to learn more.

### JavaScript String Operators

In JavaScript, you can also use the `+` operator to concatenate (join) two or more strings.

### Example 4: String operators in JavaScript

``````// concatenation operator
console.log('hello' + 'world');

let a = 'JavaScript';

a += ' tutorial';  // a = a + ' tutorial';
console.log(a);``````

Output

```helloworld
JavaScript tutorial
```

Note: When `+` is used with strings, it performs concatenation. However, when `+` is used with numbers, it performs addition.

### Other JavaScript Operators

For the sake of completeness, here’s a list of other operators available in JavaScript. You will learn about these operators in the later tutorials.

Operator Description Example
`,` evaluates multiple operands and returns the value of the last operand. `let a = (1, 3 , 4); // 4`
`?:` returns value based on the condition `(5 > 3) ? 'success' : 'error'; // "success"`
`delete` deletes an object’s property, or an element of an array `delete x`
`typeof` returns a string indicating the data type `typeof 3; // "number"`
`void` discards the expression’s return value `void(x)`
`in` returns `true` if the specified property is in the object `prop in object`
`instanceof` returns `true` if the specified object is of of the specified object type `object instanceof object_type`

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