Python Operators

Python Operators, Arithmetic Operators, Comparison (Relational) Operators, Assignment Operators, Logical Operators, and Bitwise Operators.

Operators in Python Language

Operators are used to performing Arithmetic, Comparison, and Logical Operations…

Important categories of operators in Python:

1. Arithmetic Operators
2. Comparison (Relational) Operators
3. Assignment Operators
4. Logical Operators
5. Identity Operators
6. Bitwise Operators


1. Python Arithmetic Operators

i) + Addition (Example: 10 + 20) = 30
ii) – Subtraction (Example: 10 – 20) = -10
iii) * Multiplication (Example: 10 * 20) = 200
iv) / Division (Example: 20/10) = 2
v) % Modulus (Example: 20 % 10) = 0
vi) ** Exponent (Example: 10 ** 20) =
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Example:

a=10
b=20
c=3

print (a+b)
print (a-b)
print (a*b)
print (a/c)
print (b%a)
print (a**c)
print (a//c)

Output:
30
-10
200
3.3333333333333335
0
1000
3

2. Python Comparison (Relational) Operators

i) ==
ii) !=
iii) >
iv) <
v) >=
vi) <=
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Example:
a=10
b=20

print (a == b)
print (a != b)
print (a > b)
print (a < b)
print (a >= b)
print (a <= b)

Output:
False
True
False
True
False
True

3. Python Assignment Operators

i) = Equal to
ii) += Add And
iii) -= Subtract And
iv) *= Multiply And
v) /= Divide And
vi) %= Modula And
vii) **= Exponent And
viii) //= Floor Division And

Example:

a=10
b=3
print (a)
print (b)

a += b
print (a)

a -=b
print (a)

a *=b
print (a)

a /=b
print (a)

a **=b
print (a)

a //=b
print (a)

Output:
10
3
13
10
30
10.0
1000.0
333.0

4. Python Logical Operators

i) and (Loical And)
ii) or (Loical Or)
iii) Not (Loical Not)

Examples:
x=’true’
y=’false’

print (x and y) # false

print (x or y) # true

print (not x) # false

5. Identity Operators

i) is
ii) is not

Examples:

x1 = 5
y1 = 5

print (x1 is not y1) # false

print (x1 is y1) # true


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