Hello friends how are you, today in this blog i will teach you what is operator and operand, types of operators , how operators work and many programs using operators in a very simple way.

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- It is a special symbol which is used to perform logical or mathematical operation on data or variable.

Operand

- It is a data or variable on which the operation is to be performed.

Types of Operator

- ⇒Arithmetic Operators
- ⇒Relational Operators
- ⇒Logical Operators
- ⇒Assignment Operators
- ⇒Bitwise Operators
- ⇒Membership Operators
- ⇒Identity Operators

Arithmetic Operators

Symbol | Operation | Example |

+ | Addition | x+y |

- | Subtraction | x-y |

* | Multiplication | x*y |

/ | Division | x/y |

% | Modulus | x%y |

** | Exponent | 2**3=8 |

```
x=5
y=2
print("x+y=",x+y)
print("x-y=",x-y)
print("x*y=",x*y)
print("x/y=",x/y)
print("x%y=",x%y)
print("x**y=",x**y)
"""
***Output***
x+y= 7
x-y= 3
x*y= 10
x/y= 2.5
x%y= 1
x**y= 25
"""
```

Relational Operators

Symbol | Operation | Example |

== | Equal to | 2==3 returns 0 |

!= | Not equal to | 2!=3 returns 1 |

> | Greater than | 2>3 returns 0 |

< | Less than | 2<3 returns 1 |

>= | Greater than or equal to | 2>=3 returns 0 |

<= | Less than or equal to | 2<=3 returns 1 |

Logical Operators

(x>y)and(x>z) | Here this expression returns true if both conditions are true. |

(x>y)or(x>z) | Here this expression returns true if any one or both conditions are true. |

not(x>y) | Not operator reverses the state means if the condition is true it returns false and if the condition is false it returns true. |

```
#Show result according to percent
x=int(input("Enter first number:"))
y=int(input("Enter second number:"))
z=int(input("Enter third number:"))
if x>y and x>z:
print(x," is greatest")
if y>x and y>z:
print(y," is greatest")
if z>x and z>y:
print(z," is greatest")
"""
***Output***
Enter first number:58
Enter second number:86
Enter third number:27
86 is greatest
"""
```

Assignment Operators

Symbol | Example | Same as |

= | x=y | x=y |

+= | x+=y | x=x+y |

-= | x-=y | x=x-y |

*= | x*=y | x=x*y |

/= | x/=y | x=x/y |

%= | x%=y | x=x%y |

**= | x**=y | x=x**y |

```
x1 = 9
y1 = 4
x1 += y1 #x1=x1+y1
print(x1)
x2 = 9
y2 = 4
x2 -= y2 #x2=x2-y2
print(x2)
x3 = 9
y3 = 4
x3 *= y3 #x3=x3*y3
print(x3)
x4 = 9
y4 = 4
x4 /= y4 #x4=x4/y4
print(x4)
x5 = 9
y5 = 4
x5 %= y5 #x5=x5%y5
print(x5)
x6=2
y6=3
x6**=y6 #x6=x6**y6
print(x6)
"""
***Output***
13
5
36
2.25
1
8
"""
```

Bitwise Operators

Symbol | Operation | Example |

& | Bitwise AND | x&y |

| | Bitwise OR | x|y |

<< | Shift Left | x<<2 |

>> | Shift Right | x>>2 |

^ | X-OR | x^y |

```
x=6
y=3
print("x&y=",x&y)
print("x|y=",x|y)
print("x>>2=",x>>2)
print("x<<2 print="" utput="" x="" y="7">>2= 1
x<<2 24="" 4="" code="" x="">
```

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Membership Operators

- These operators are used to check specified element is present in a sequence(string,list,tuples etc) or not.
- It returns boolean values(True/False).

operator | Description |

in | Returns true if it finds specified element in sequence otherwise returns false. |

not in | Returns true if it does not find specified element in sequence otherwise returns false. |

```
list=["Ravi","Shyam","Ashish"]
print("Ravi" in list)#true
print("Tom" in list)#false
print("Ravi" not in list)#false
print("Tom" not in list)#true
"""
***Output***
True
False
False
True
"""
```

Identity Operators

- These operators are used to compare two objects.
- It returns boolean values(True/False).

operator | Description |

is | It returns true if both variables are the same object otherwise returns false. |

is not | It returns true if both variables are not the same object otherwise returns false. |

```
x=10
y=10
z=20
#true because of same identity of a and y
print(x is y)
#false because of same identity of a and y
print(x is not y)
#false because a and b have not same identity
print(x is z)
#true because a and b have not same identity
print(x is not z)
"""
***Output***
True
False
False
True
"""
```

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