## Increment and Decrement Operators in JavaScript

The JavaScript Increment and Decrement Operators useful to increase or decrease the value by 1. For instance, Incremental operator ++ used to increase the existing variable value by 1 (x = x + 1). The decrement operator – – is used to decrease or subtract the existing value by 1 (x = x – 1). … Read more

## JavaScript Ternary Operator

The JavaScript Ternary Operator also called a Conditional Operator. The JavaScript Ternary Operator returns the statement depends upon the expression result. And the JavaScript Conditional Operator is used in the decision-making process. The syntax of a JavaScript conditional Operator is Test_expression ? statement1: statement2 If the given test expression is true, it returns statement1. If … Read more

## JavaScript Assignment Operators

The JavaScript Assignment operators are used to assign values to the declared variables. Equals (=) operator is the most commonly used JavaScript assignment operator. For example: var i = 10; The below table displays all the JavaScript assignment operators. JavaScript Assignment Operators Example Explanation = x = 15 Value 15 is assigned to x += … Read more

## JavaScript Logical Operators

The JavaScript Comparison Operators are used to compare two variables, what if we want to compare more than one condition? Very simple, JavaScript Logical Operators will do the trick for you. The JavaScript Logical operators are used to combine two or more conditions and perform the logical operations using && (Logical AND), || (Logical OR) … Read more

## JavaScript Comparison Operators

JavaScript Comparison operators are mostly used either in If Statements or Loops. For example, JavaScript Comparison operators are commonly used to check the relationship between two variables. If the relation is true, then it will return Boolean TRUE, or if the relation is false, then it will return Boolean FALSE. The below table shows all … Read more

## JavaScript Arithmetic Operators

The JavaScript Arithmetic Operators include operators like Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, and Modulus. All these operators are binary operators, which means they operate on two operands. The below table shows the JavaScript Arithmetic Operators with examples. Operators Operation Example + Addition 10 + 2 = 12 – Subtraction 10 – 2 = 8 * Multiplication … Read more