Congrats! Now you know about different operators and how they can be used to build simple programs.
In this lesson, we learned:
- Operators are symbols that represent different ways of modifying, comparing, and evaluating information.
- Arithmetic operators are used to make calculations.
- Comparison operators determine the relationship between two values, which results in a boolean.
- Logical operators determine the logical state of multiple boolean values or expressions, which results in another boolean.
Now that you know the building blocks of operators, how can you further combine them to write programs?