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meaning of operand?

10/3/2018 5:45:48 PM

raza naqvi

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In general, operand is a variable or value you make operations with. You act with operands through operators: i.e. dosomething(3) -> function dosomething() is an operator, 3 is an operand 2+8 -> + is an operator, 2 and 8 are operands.

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so in general on whom the operation is being done is operand. okay got ya . Thanks QuickMan and strawdog

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what's opering??

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See this-> 1 + 2 = 3 1 is an operand 2 is an operand And + is an arithemtic operator They are the values given for arithmetic calculation

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Opering and.

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Operands are the objects that are manipulated and operators are the symbols that represent specific actions. For example, in the expression. 5 + x. xand 5 are operands and + is an operator. All expressions have at least one operand. Operators are special symbols in Python that carry out arithmetic or logical computation. The value that the operator operates on is called the operand. Statements are mostly made up of operands (which are like nouns) and operators (which are like verbs). An expression in JavaScript is any valid piece of code that resolves to a value. ... The expression 1 + 1 “resolves to” 2. https://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/operand