Operators are symbols that are used to execute various mathematical operations or logical comparisons to compute the desired data in the expression node. The following section includes a list of all of the supported operators.

 Operator Description Example Return type + Addition: Adds two values 2+3Result: 52.5+2.5Result: 5 Number/Decimal - Subtraction: Subtracts two values 2-3Result: -13.4-2.3Result: 1.1 Number/Decimal * Multiplication: Multiplies two values 2*3Result: 63.4*2.3Result: 7.82 Number/Decimal / Division: Divides two values 4/2Result: 23.4/2.3Result:1.4782608696 Number/Decimal == Equal to: Checks if two values are equivalent.Left and Right operand values should be of the same data type. 2 == 3Result: falsehappy=happyResult: true Boolean != Not Equal to Checks if two values are not equivalent.Left and Right operand values should be of the same data type. 2 != 3Result: truehappy!=happyResult: false Boolean < Lesser than Checks if the value on the left is less than the value on the rightLeft and Right operand values should be of the same data type. 2<3Result: truehappy Greater than: Checks if the value on the left is greater than the value on the right.Left and Right operand values should be of the same data type. 2>3Result:falsehappy> HappyResult:true Boolean <= Lesser than or equal to: Checks if the value on the left is less than or equivalent to the value on the right.Left and Right operand values should be of the same data type 2<=3Result: truehappy<=HappyResult: false Boolean >= Greater than or equal to: Checks if the value on the left is greater than or equivalent to the value on the right.Left and Right operand values should be of the same data type 2 >= 3Result: falsehappy>=HappyResult: true Boolean && Logical And: Checks if both the left and right expressions are true.// checks if both the conditions are metBoth Left and Right operand values should be an expression which evaluates as boolean values 2>3 && 3>4Result: false"happy" != "Happy" && 3<4Result: true Boolean || Logical OR Checks if any one of the expressions are true// checks if any one of the conditions is met.Both Left and Right operand values should be an expression that evaluates as boolean values (2>3) || (3>4)Result: False("happy" != "Happy") || (3<4)Result: true Boolean