JScript has a full range of operators, including computational, logical, bitwise, and assignment, as well as some miscellaneous operators. Operators combine simple expressions to compose more complex expressions.
Provides tables of the JScript operators that are grouped by type of operator.
Provides a table that lists operators and corresponding precedence and an example of how operator precedence works.
Describes the rules that govern the coercion of the operands of bitwise operators. Coercion is required so the binary formats of the operands are compatible with each other and the bitwise operator.
Explains how to use the assignment, equality, and strict equality operators.
Explains the concept of coercion, how to use it, and the limitations of coercion.
Lists links to reference topics for the operators in JScript.