SNO | OPERATOR | DESCRIPTION | EXAMPLE |
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1 | + | This operator can be used to add two vectors. |
a <- c (100, 200, 300> b<- c (10, 20.5, 30> print (a+b> ## Output:[1] 110.0 220.5 330.0 |

2 | - | This operator can be used to subtract two vectors. |
a <- c (100, 200, 300> b<- c (10, 20.5, 30> print (a-b> ## Output:[1] 90.0 179.5 270.0 |

3 | * | This operator can be used to multiply two vectors from each other |
a <- c (100, 200, 300> b<- c (10, 20.5, 30> print (a*b> ## Output:[1] 1000 4100 9000" |

4 | / | This operator can be used to divide two vectors from each other. |
a <- c (100, 200, 300> b<- c (10, 20.5, 30> print (a/b> ## Output:[1] 10.000000 9.756098 10.000000 |

5 | %% | This operator can be used to find the remainder of the first vector with the second. |
a <- c (100, 200, 300> b <- c (10, 20.5, 30> print (a%%b> ## Output:[1] 0.0 15.5 0.0 |

6 | %% | This operator can be used to find the division of the first vector with the second. |
a <- c (100, 200, 300> b < c (10, 20.5, 30> print (a%%b> ## Output:[1] 10 9 10 |

7 | ^ | This operator can be used to raise the the first vector to the exponent of second vector./td> |
a <- c (100, 200, 300> b<- c (10, 2.5, 30> print (a^b> ## Output:[1] 100.0 565685.4 27000000.0 |

SNO | OPERATOR | DESCRIPTION | EXAMPLE |
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1 | > | This operator will return TRUE if first vector is greater than second |
a <- c (10, 20, 30> b<- c (20, 25, 60> print (a>b> ## Output:[1] FALSE TRUE FALSE |

2 | < | This operator will return TRUE if first vector is lesser than second. |
a <- c (10, 30, 50> b<- c (20, 25, 60> print (a< b> ## Output:[1] TRUE FALSE TRUE |

3 | >= | This operator will return TRUE if first vector is greater than or equal to second. |
a <- c (10, 30, 50> b<- c (20, 25, 60> print (a>=b> ## Output:[1] FALSE TRUE FALSE |

4 | <= | This operator will return TRUE if first vector is lesser than or equal to second. |
a <- c (10, 30, 50> b<- c (20, 25, 60> print (a<=b> ## Output:[1] TRUE TRUE TRUE |

5 | == | This operator will return TRUE if first vector is equal to second. |
a <- c (10, 30, 50> b<- c (20, 25, 60> print (a==b> ## Output:[1] TRUE FALSE TRUE |

6 | != | This operator will return TRUE if first vector is not equal to second. |
a <- c (10, 30, 50> b<- c (20, 25, 60> print (a!=b> ## Output:[1] FALSE TRUE FALSE |

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SNO | OPERATOR | DESCRIPTION | EXAMPLE |
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1 | & | This operator is known as Logical AND operator, returns TRUE only when both the elements are TRUE. |
x <- c(10, 0, TRUE, 1+5i> y<- c(20, 50, TRUE, 1+5i> print(x&y> ## Output:[1] TRUE FALSE TRUE TRUE |

2 | | | This operator is known as Logical OR operator, returns TRUE when any one of the vectors are TRUE. |
x <- c(10, 0, TRUE, 1+5i> y<- c(20, 50, TRUE, 1+5i> print(x|y> ## Output:[1] TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE |

3 | ! | This operator is known as Logical NOT operator, returns logical opposite result of the vectors value. |
x <- c(10, 0, TRUE, 1+5i> print(!x> ## Output:[1] FALSE TRUE FALSE FALSE |

4 | && | This operator is known as Logical AND AND operator, returns TRUE result only when both the elements are TRUE. |
x <- c(10, 0, TRUE, 1+5i> y<- c(20, 50, TRUE, 1+5i> print(x&&y> ## Output:[1] TRUE |

5 | || | This operator is known as Logical OR OR operator, returns TRUE result when any one of the elements are TRUE. |
x <- c(10, 0, TRUE, 1+5i> y<- c(20, 50, TRUE, 1+5i> print(x||y> ## Output:[1] TRUE |

SNO | OPERATOR | DESCRIPTION | EXAMPLE |
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1 | <-, =, <<- | This operator is called as Left assignment operator. Here variable name is written on left side & value on right side. |
x <- c (10, 0, TRUE, 2+2i> y <<- c (20, 40, TRUE, 2+3i> z = c (10, 20, TRUE, 2+3i> print (x> print (y> print (z> ## Output:[1] 10+0i 0+0i 1+0i 2+2i[1] 20+0i 40+0i 1+0i 2+3i [1] 10+0i 20+0i 1+0i 2+3i |

2 | ->,->>/td> | This operator is called as Right assignment operator. Here variable name is written on right side & value on left side. |
c(10, 0, TRUE, 2+2i> -> x c(20, 40, TRUE, 2+3i> ->> y print (x> print (y> ## Output:[1] 10+0i 0+0i 1+0i 2+2i [1] 20+0i 40+0i 1+0i 2+3i |

SNO | OPERATOR | DESCRIPTION | EXAMPLE |
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1 | : | The colon operator is used to create the series of numbers in sequence for a vector. |
x <- 1:10 print(x> ## Output:[1] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 |

2 | %in% | This operator can be used, when it is required to identify if an element belongs to vector. |
x1 <- 5 x2 <- 15 y <- 1:10 print(x1 %in% y> print(x2 %in% y> ## Output:[1] TRUE [1] FALSE |

3 | %*% | This operator can be used to multiply a matrix with its transpose. |
M = matrix( c(1,3,5,2,4,6> , nrow = 3,ncol = 3,byrow = TRUE> t = M %*% t(M> s print(t> ## Output:[,1] [,2] [,3][1,] 35 44 35 [2,] 44 56 44 [3,] 35 44 35 |

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