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Java Operators

An operator is a symbol that takes one or more arguments and operates on them to produce a result.

Java built-in operators are of following types:
S.No. Operator Name Operator Symbol
1. Arithmetic Operators
2. Comparison/Relational Operators
>Greater than
<Less than
>=Greater than equals to
<=Less than equals to
!=Not equals to
==Equals to
3. Logical Operators
4. Assignment Operator
5. Compound Assignment Operators
+=Add and Assignment
−=Subtract and Assignment
*=Multiply and Assignment
/=Divide and Assignment
%=Modules and Assignment
6. Increment/Decrement Operator
a++Post Increment
++aPre Increment
a--Post Decrement
--aPre Decrement
7. Conditional or Ternary Operator
? :
8. Bitwise Operators
>>Left Shift
<<Right Shift
^Exclusive OR
9. InstanceOf the instance of is an object reference operator that allow us to determine whether the object belongs to a particular class or not. The instance of operator return true if the object is an instance of a class