# Exponent operator or power operator division operator

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**=>Exponent Operator or power Operator. Division operator allwayes return Floating point value:- >>> print("a/b=",a/b) a/b= 5.0 Flor Division operator:- a=10 & b=2 >>>print("a//b=",a//b) a//b= 5 c=10.0 & d=2.0 >>> print("c//d=",c//d) c//d= 5.0 fd operator are return same variable type value. Flor means before nearest no {eg.5.25>>>5.0} Exponential operator ---------------------- eg:->>> a=10.5 >>> b=2 >>> print("a**b=",a**b) a**b= 110.25 @if you add string to string only possible... >> print("a+b=",a+b) a+b= javaservolet @if you multification with '*' operator to string to int value only possible.. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- a+b= javaservolet >>> print("a*b=",a*b) Traceback (most recent call last): File "<pyshell#10>", line 1, in <module> print("a*b=",a*b) TypeError: can't multiply sequence by non-int of type 'str' ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- >>> print("a*3=",a*3) a*3= javajavajava ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2//Relational operator

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---------------------- >,>=,<,=< >>> a=10 >>> b=20 >>> a>b False >>> a>=b False >>> a=b >>> a>=b True >>> b 20 >>> a 20 >>> a=10 >>> a=b >>> a 20 >>> a=30 >>> a<b False >>> a>b True >>> a=b >>> b 20 >>> b 20 >>> a 20 ======================================== @Based on alphabetical order. >>> a='java' >>> b='python' >>> a>b False >>> a<b True ========================================= Example:- a=10 b=20 >>> if(a>b): print("if statment gone exicute") else: print("else part gone exicute") [else part gone exicute] @In python indentation must required. @chaining of Relactional operator is possible. >>> 10<20<30>40 False >>> 10<20<60 True >>> 10<20<30>26 True @In relactional operator concept we cant compair bet. string & int value. Equalty Operator: --------------------- x#containd operaction only. >>> "durga"=="durga" True
>>> 10=="durga" False >>> 10==10 True >>> 10!=10 False >>> True==True True chaining operaction:Equalty Operator: ----------------------- >>> 10==5+5==3+7 True All condiction must b true ,if any condiction is false total gone false. @ String and int not comparable gating false. >>> 97=='a' False @ Complex no comparagen possible. >>> 10+5j==10+5j True 3//LOGICAL OPERATOR ---------------------------- and / or / not and=if both argument is true then true or=atlist one argument true then true not= BOOLEAN: @and operator ,when both operator is getting true then only its retur n true,otherwise giveing false. @or operator , in both operator suppose one is true then its return true. NONBOOLEAN: @If x is avaluat to false then reyurn x,otherwise return y. >>> 0 and 10 0 >>> 10 and 20 20 @//BITWISE OPERATOR: ----------------------------- &,|,^,~,<<,>> use in int type in boolean type any other not possible.
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