# Tag Archives: javascript-operators

The Bitwise AND Assignment Operator is represented by “&=”. This operator uses the binary representation of both operands and performs the bitwise AND operation and… Read More
The Javascript Bitwise XOR assignment is represented by (^=). It is used to perform a bitwise XOR operation on both operands and assign the result… Read More
The Bitwise OR Assignment Operator in Javascript is represented by (|=). This operator is used to perform a bitwise OR operation on both operands and… Read More
Multiplication Assignment Operator(*=) in JavaScript is used to multiply two operands and assign the result to the right operand. Syntax: variable1 *= variable2 // variable1… Read More
The Subtraction Assignment Operator( -=) is used to subtract a value from a variable. This operator subtracts the value of the right operand from a… Read More
The Left Shift Assignment Operator is represented by “<<=”. This operator moves the specified number of bits to the left and assigns that result to… Read More
The Right Shift Assignment Operator is represented by “>>=”. This operator shifts the first operand to the right and assigns the result to the variable.… Read More
The Remainder Assignment Operator in javascript is represented by “%=”. This operator is used to divide the value of the variable by another operand and… Read More
JavaScript Exponentiation Assignment Operator in JavaScript is represented by “**=”. This operator is used to raise the value of the variable to the power of… Read More
JavaScript Division Assignment Operator in JavaScript is represented by “/=”. This operator is used to divide the value of the variable by the value of… Read More
JavaScript Greater Than or Equal Operator(>=) is used to compare two operands and return true if the left operand has a value greater than or… Read More
JavaScript Less Than or Equal(<=) to the operator is used to compare two operands and return true if the left operand is smaller or equal… Read More
JavaScript Less Than(<) Operator is used to compare two operands and return true if the left operand has a lesser value than the right operator.… Read More
JavaScript Left Shift Operator is used to operate on the two operands. The first operand is the number and the right operand specifies the number… Read More
JavaScript Addition assignment operator(+=) adds a value to a variable, The Addition Assignment (+ =) Sums up left and right operand values and then assigns… Read More