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Overloading Operators - Ruby - About.com
Overloading Operators. If you have two objects a and b, what does a + b equal? What does it even mean to add two arbitrary objects together? For Ruby's base ...
Using Boolean Operators in Ruby - About.com
As with most programming languages, you'll need to use boolean operators. Boolean operators are quite simple. The and operator takes two operands and ...
The Ternary (or "Conditional") Operator - Ruby - About.com
The ternary (or "conditional") operator will evaluate an expression and return one value if it's true, and another value if it's false. It's a kind of short-hand, compact ...
Comparison Operators - How to compare values in Perl - Perl
Perl comparison operators tutorial - Comparing values in Perl, how to compare values in your Perl scripts with comparison operators.
Excel 'If' Function Comparison Operators - Spreadsheets - About.com
The logic test section of an Excel IF function is always a comparison between two values. Listed here are the different comparison operators that can be used in ...
Definition for the Term: Relational Operator - Java - About.com
A relational operator compares two operands to determine whether one is greater than, greater than or equal to, less than, less than or equal to the other.
Excel Spreadsheets Glossary of Terms - Comparison Operator ...
Nov 27, 2013 ... There are six comparison operators used in spreadsheet programs such as Excel and Google Spreadsheets. These operators are used to test ...
Comparison Operator - PHP Comparison - PHP Operator
A comparison operator compares one value to another.
Definition for the Term: Operator - Java - About.com
Operators are designated characters within the Java language that perform operations on arguments to return a specific result.
Nuclear Operator - Career Information - Career Planning - About.com
What does a nuclear operator do? How much does one earn and what is the outlook for this occupation? What are the training and licensing requirements?
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