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May 17th, 2019

## Python Operators

Operators are inbuilt methodology to execute certain manipulation with the given data or operand. Operand  is a Variables or inputs. Operators is a Function to be executed.

### Types of Operators

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

#### Artithmetic Operators:

( +,  –  , *  , //, / , % )

##### Example:
 `Input1 = 10Input = 20Output = Input1  + Input 2Print(Output)`

#### Comparison (or) Relational Opertors:

(< , > , <= , >= , == , !=)

##### Example:
 ```Input1 = 10Input2 = 20 If Input2>Input1: Print(“Input2 is greater than Input1)```

#### Assignment Operators:

(+=, *= , -= , %= , /= , //=)

##### Example:
 ```Count = 0For x in range(10): X += 10 Print(Count)```

#### Logical operators:

( AND,  NOT, OR)

##### Example:
 ```Input = “Python is programming:For x,y in enumerate(Input): If x%2 == 0 OR y == i: Print(x,y)```

(&,|,^,~,<<,>>)

#### Membership Operators:

(IN , NOT IN)

##### Example:
 ```Input_Data = “Python is programming” Vowels = “aeiou”: For x in Input_Data: If x in Vowels: Print(x)```

#### Identity Operators:

(IS, NOTIS)

##### Example:
 ```Input_Data = “Dhoni” Print(Input_Data.isupper())```