# How to Use of Arithmetic Operator in JavaScript

In this article I have described about the Arithmetic operator used in JavaScript
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JavaScript Operator - Arithmetic Operator

• An operator is used to transform one or more value into a single resultant variable.
• The value to which the operator is applied is referred as operands.
• A combination of an operator and its operand referred as an Expression.

NOTE

• for some operator such as multiplication (*) the order of the operand do not matter. for example A*Y=Y*A true for all integer and floating point number.
• Other operator like String concatenation (+), the order of operand matter. for example- "ab" +"cd" not same as  "cd" +"ab".

lets take an example

 JavaScript Oerator

JavaSript + operator example with variable

when we run above program

Arithmetic Operator

The table having some Arithmetic operator

 Operator Description Example + add two operand x=y+2 - subtract second operand from first one x=y-2 * multiply both operand x=y*2 / divide numerator by denumerator x=y/2 % modulus operator x=y%2 ++ Increment Operator x=++y  x=y++ -- Decrement Operator x=--y  x=y--

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