Operators are symbols that indicate several kinds of operations on values. They consist of one, two or three characters and are used to perform manipulations on typically one or two values at a time.

let x = 1 + 1;

The + character in the example above serves as an addition operator, which performs an arithmetic operation.

In this chapter we will cover several kinds of operators, namely numeric, relational, bitwise, and assignment operators. We will also cover text concatenation, logical expressions and operator precedence.