# Operators

Version:
2022.3

An operator is a character that represents an action. Use an arithmetic operator to perform mathematical calculations or a Boolean operator to work with true and false values. You can use operators with all data types.

### Block Comment

`/* */`: Use a block comment operator to add a comment block to an expression editor (within the expression line) without interfering with the expression. For example, `/*This is a block comment.*/`.

### Single Line Comment

`//`: Use the single-line comment operator to add a single-line comment to an expression editor without interfering with the expression. For example, `//This is a single-line comment`.

`+`: Use the addition operator to add multiple numeric values together.

### Boolean Operators

#### Boolean AND &&

`&&`: Use this operator to combine 2 Boolean values. The result is also a Boolean value. The result is True if both of the combined values are true, and the result is False if either of the combined values is false.

#### Boolean AND - Keyword

`AND`: Use this operator to combine 2 Boolean values. The result is also a Boolean value. The result is True if both of the combined values are true, and the result is False if either of the combined values is false.

#### Boolean NOT !

`!`: Accepts 1 input. If that input is true, it returns False. If that input is false, it returns True.

#### Boolean NOT - Keyword

`NOT`: Accepts 1 input. If that input is true, it returns False. If that input is false, it returns True.

#### Boolean OR - Keyword

`OR`: If either or both of the 2 values are true, it returns True.

#### Boolean OR ||

`||`: If either or both of the 2 values are true, it returns True.

### Close Parenthesis

`)`: Close Parenthesis

### Division

`/`: Use the division operator to divide a numeric value by another numeric value.

### Equal To

`=`: Equal To

### Greater Than Operators

`>`: Greater Than

`>=`: Greater Than Or Equal To

### Less Than Operators

`<`: Less Than

`<=`: Less Than Or Equal

### Multiplication

`*`: Use the multiplication operator to multiply multiple numeric values together.

### Not Equal To

`!=`: Not Equal To

### Open Parenthesis

`(`: Open Parenthesis

### Subtraction

`-`: Use the subtraction operator to subtract a numeric value from another.

### Value IN Operators

#### Value IN (...) - Keyword

`IN ()`: (Test Value in List) Determines if a given value matches any value in a subquery or a list.

#### Value NOT IN (...) - Keyword

`NOT IN ()`: (Test Value Not in List) Determines if a given value matches any value not in a subquery or a list.