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Operators in Python are of many types. Their purpose is to perform operations on 2 things. The different operators we have are:
To use an operator we would use this syntax:
(item a) <operator> (item b)
At the end of this section, you will see that we have a table with operator precedence. While using operators you have to keep in mind that they are executed in a certain order by the interpreter, similar to the way we perform different mathematical operations using the BODMAS/PEDMAS rules.
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