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The remainder assignment operator (%=) assigns the remainder to the variable after dividing a variable by the value of the right operand. Syntax: Operator: x… Read More
The Unary negation(-) operation is a single operand operator (which means it worked with only a single operand preceding or succeeding to it), which is… Read More
The Unary plus(+) operation is a single operand operator (which means it worked with only a single operand preceding or succeeding to it), which is… Read More
This operator is represented by x ||= y  and it is called a logical OR assignment operator. If the value of x is falsy then… Read More
This operator is represented by x &&= y, and it is called the logical AND assignment operator. It assigns the value of y into x… Read More
Operators are used to performing specific mathematical and logical computations on operands. In other words, we can say that an operator operates the operands. In… Read More
This is a new operator introduced by javascript. This operator is represented by x ??= y and it is called Logical nullish assignment operator. Only… Read More
This is a special kind of operator in JavaScript. To understand the double tilde operator, first, we need to discuss the tilde operator or Bitwise… Read More
This article is going to discuss the delete operator available in JavaScript. Delete is comparatively a lesser-known operator in JavaScript. This operator is more specifically… Read More
Unary Operator: A unary operation contain only one operand. Here, the ‘+’ unary plus operator converts its operand to Number type. While it also acts… Read More
A comma operator (,) mainly evaluates its operands from left to right sequentially and returns the value of the rightmost operand. A comma operator is… Read More
JavaScript Arithmetic Operators are the operators that operate upon the numerical values and return a numerical value. There are many operators in JavaScript. Each operator… Read More
The Comparison operators are mainly used to perform the logical operations that determine the equality or difference between the values. Operators are used for performing… Read More
The in operator is an inbuilt operator in JavaScript which is used to check whether a particular property exists in an object or not. It… Read More
The Grouping operator consists of a pair of parentheses around an expression or sub-expression to override the normal operator precedence so that expressions with lower… Read More

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