A special symbol or a reserved word used in arithmetic operations. The following are common arithmetic operators in Pascal: +, -, *, /, mod, div.
A symbol that directs the performance of an arithmetic operation. The intrinsic arithmetic operators are: + addition - subtraction * multiplication / division ** exponentiation
Symbols that allow you to create an arithmetic expression in SQL statements. Addition (+), subtraction (-), division (/) and multiplication (*) can be used with numeric columns. Module (%) can only be used with the integer datatypes. See also comparison operator.
The arithmetical signs of addition, subtraction, division and multiplication as used by a given programming language.
A symbol, such as + or -, used to perform an arithmetic operation, such as addition or subtraction. See also operator.
A symbol that directs a compiler to perform an arithmetic operation.
An operator that applies to variables having a numeric data type. Examples are "+" (addition) and "*" (multiplication).