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1 . Arithmetic operators.
These operators are used to perform mathematical operations.
|+||Addition||3 + 2 = 5|
|–||Subtraction||3 – 2 = 1|
|*||Multiplication||3 * 2 = 6|
|/||Division||3 / 2 = 1.5|
|%||Modulus||3 % 2 = 1|
|**||Exponentiation||3 ** 2 = 9|
|//||Floor Division||3 // 2 = 1|
2. Assignment Operators
These operators are used to assign values to variables. It works from right to left.
|=||x = 5 (Assigning value 5 to x)|
|+=||x += 3 or x = x +3|
|-=||x -= 5 or x = x – 5|
|*=||x *= 5 or x = x * 5|
|/=||x /= 5 or x = x / 5|
|%=||x %= 5 or x = x % 5|
|//=||x //= 5 or x = x // 5|
|**=||x **= 5 or x = x ** 5|
|&=||x &= 5 or x = x & 5|
||=||x |=5 or x = x | 5|
|^=||x ^= 5 or x = x ^ 5|
|>>=||x >>= 3 or x = x >> 5|
|<<=||x <<= 5 or x = x << 5|
3. Comparison Operator
Comparison operators are used to comparing two values.
|==||Equal||x == y||Return True if both the operands have the same value.|
|!=||Not Equal||x != y||Return True if both the operand have different values.|
|>||Greater than||x > y||Return True if the value of x is greater than the value of y.|
|<||Less than||x < y||Return True if the value of x is less than value of y.|
|>=||Greater than or equal to||x >= y||Return True if the value of x is greater than or the same as the value of y.|
|<=||Less than or equal to||x <= y||Return True if the value of x is lesser than or the same as the value of y.|
4. Logical Operator
Logical operator are used to combine conditional statements like if else, elif.
|and||x < 5 and x > 2||Returns True if both statements are true|
|or||x < 5 or x < 4||Returns True if any one of the statements is true.|
|not||not(x < 5 and x < 10)||Reverse the result, returns False if the result is true.|
5. Membership Operators
Membership operators are used to test if a sequence is presented in an object.
|in||x in y||Return True if a sequence with the specified value is present in the object.|
|not in||x not in y||Returns True if a sequence with the specified value is not present in the object|
6. Bitwise operators
|&||AND||Set each bit to 1 if both bits are 1|
||||OR||Sets each bit to 1 if any one of the two bits is 1|
|^||XOR||Sets each bit to 1 if only two of its bits is 1|
|~||NOT||Inverse all the bits|
|<<||Zero Fill Left Shift||Shift left by pushing zeros in from right and let the leftmost bits fall off|
|>>||Signed right shift||Shift right by pushing copies of the leftmost bit in from the left, and |
let the rightmost bits fall off
7. Identity Operators
Identity operator is used to compare to object. It will check whether they are actually the same object having the same memory location.
|is||x is y||Returns True if both x and y having same memory location|
|is not||x is not y||Returns True if both x and y have at different memory location|
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