Python Operators and Expressions
Most statements (logical lines) that you write will contain expressions. A simple example of an expression is 2 + 3. An expression can be broken down into operators and operands.
Python Operators are functionality that do something and can be represented by symbols such as + or by special keywords. Operators require some data to operate on and such data is called operands. In this case, 2 and 3 are the operands.
The sub-topics under this topic are –
- Operators and Expressions
- Evaluation Order and Associativity