Types of operators

The operators are those symbols that indicate the way in which the operated elements should be handled or manipulated.

The operated in conjunction with the operands are an expression becomes the formula defining the calculations of a given value. Operands are classified into constants, function calls, and variables that always return some kind of value. The variable is the value that a program stores but can change while it is running.

The professional who works in different fields, in industry, radio, computer science, publicists, marketers, television, customer service, construction, physics, among others, is also an operator .

WHAT ARE THEIR TYPES?

• 1 Characteristics of the Operators
• 2 Types of Operators
• 2.1 Arithmetic Operators
• 2.2 Relational Operators
• 2.3 Logical or Boolean Operators
• 2.4 Bit Level Operators
• 2.5 Alphanumeric Operators
• 2.6 Operators in Excel
• 2.7 Operators in programming
• 2.8 Medical Equipment Operators
• 2.9 Technological Operators
• 2.10 Disciplined Operators
• 2.11 Undisciplined Operators
• 2.12 Tugboat Operators
• 2.13 Maritime Traffic Control Operators
• 2.14 Air Traffic Control Operators
• 2.15 Ecological Operators
• 2.16 Tour Operator
• 2.17 Space Operators
• 2.18  Heavy Machine Operator

Operators Characteristics

• Depending on the number of operands that are affected, the operators are classified into unitary, binary and ternary.
• Unitary operators affect or have to do with only one operand.
• Binary operators, as the name implies, affect two operands.
• Ternary operators affect three operands.

Types of Operators

Arithmetic Operators

They are those used in the creation of mathematical expressions.

There are two unit arithmetic operators that are the signs of (+) and minus (-) that assign a positive or negative value to the expressions in which they are applied. Example: 5 + 5 = 10. 8−2 = 6.

Relational Operators

They are those symbols used for the comparison of two values. If the result of the comparison is true, the expression is considered true. Example: 9> 3, nine greater than 3 is true. If it were 9 <3, ​​nine is less than 3, in this case the expression is false.

Logical Or Boolean Operators

They are those that combine all their operators according to Boolean algebra rules to produce new values ​​and convert them into values ​​of the expression.

They are made up of numeric data, serial data as well as the null value. Numeric data and string data have logical value true or false. When the numeric value turns out to be zero or false then all remaining numeric values ​​will be true.

Bit Level Operators

It provides binary operators with the tools to manipulate bits individually within operands of integers. Bits are the smallest unit of information in computers.

Alphanumeric Operators

They are used for joining alphanumeric data in concatenation in which alphanumeric expressions are joined as pieces of a string.

Operators in Excel

They are those that specify the calculation that you want to do within the elements of a formula that can be addition, multiplication, subtraction and division.

Operators in programming

In programming, when an expression is evaluated at the end, a value that can be integer, logical, real, string or character will always be obtained. One or the other operators can participate depending on the kind of expression that can be arithmetic, logical, character and string.

Medical Equipment Operators

Among these are the equipment for scanning with which X-rays are made, and scanners for performing computed axial tomography or for the administration of non-radioactive materials in the blood of patients who make these diagnoses.

Technological Operators

They are those who specialize in different techniques such as those who perform computed tomography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging, those who are X-ray assistants, those who operate electrocardiography and electroencephalography equipment, among others.

Disciplined Operators

In the marketing area, disciplined operators are people who have their system and follow each rule as a way of obtaining results. They know the importance of operating systems that fit their style of operation.

Undisciplined Operators

They are people who do not have systems and if they have one they do not follow it. They don’t know that each operator works differently. They follow the recommendations of other operators.

Tugboat Operators

They are those that use very small and strong vessels for towing and pushing large vessels at the entrances and exits of inlets and locks.

Maritime Traffic Control Operators

They work from the control center in the ports and are responsible for coordinating the movements of ships in ports and bays, in 24-hour shifts and 7 days a week.

Air Traffic Control Operators

Its function is to coordinate commercial flights or private planes that travel through the national airspace. These must ensure that the planes arrive safely at their destination and without delay according to the regulations of the government and the company in question.

Ecological Operators

They are those who work in the fields or with livestock. They are organized within the General Registry of Ecological Operators (REGOE) which is a registry model to group and identify organic operators regardless of the work they carry out in organic production.

Tour Operator

He has the knowledge of tourist activities and everything related to the tourism market. He has the ability to communicate with the client and guide and inform him about the world of tourism.

Space Operators

They are in charge of carrying out geometric operations between the geometries that they have as arguments.

Heavy Machine Operator

You are responsible for operating heavy machinery optimally for operation, use, and cleaning.