Definitions for "Operators"
Operators are connectors between words used in searching a database. For example AND, OR, NOT are Boolean operators.
Used in a search to combine search criteria. The valid operators are: the ampersand (&), the vertical bar (|), and the caret (^) (for combining search terms). Unless you use them as part of a phrase, the search engine ignores the words AND, NOT, and OR and other words that occur so often in typical writing that they provide no search value to the search engine or the user. The search terms you can combine in your search criteria include: individual words, terms with wildcard characters, phrases, and search terms in proximity.
see Boolean Searching
Keywords:  postfix, infix, csm, manipulate, ally
The personnel who function ally operate the system. [D04166] CSM
Functions used to manipulate data.(+, -, *, /, SIN, COS, TAN, ^).
Operators are functions that have special syntax declared for them. An operator can be "bodied", infix, prefix or postfix. Because of this, operators must have precedence. Apart from the syntax, operators are exactly the same as any other functions, they can have rules bound to them in the same way. See also: Bodied , Infix , Prefix , Postfix .
Functions combining values in an expression such as +, -, &&.
Operators represent operations in an expression. Binary operators have two operands in an expression, and unary operators can have just one. This is a software concept, dealing with programming. See C++.
Perform actions on one or more variables, literals, or expressions and evaluate to a single value.
Our people are known as Operators or CSR's or Telephone Secretary, Tier 1 support. It all means quality.
Processes that act on chromosomes, including selection, mutation and recombination.
Officers, shareholders, partners, individuals, and successor corporations responsible for managing, operating, or leasing a property where hazardous materials were released, treated, or disposed.
Keywords:  bus, rail, car, drive, control
Individuals who are at the control of a rail car or who drive a bus; a bus operator or a rail operator
Addition (+), Subtraction (-), Multiplication (*), and Division (/).