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## How many operators are there in JavaScript?

Logical operators

There are also some operations that can be applied to Boolean values themselves. JavaScript supports **three logical operators**: and, or, and not.

## How many types of logical operators are?

There’s **three types** of logic operators:Negation (NOT) Disjunction (OR) Conjunction (AND).

## What are the 5 logical operators?

There are five logical operator symbols: **tilde, dot, wedge, horseshoe, and triple bar**.

## What are the 4 Boolean operators?

Boolean operators are **the words “AND”, “OR” and “NOT”**. When used in library databases (typed between your keywords) they can make each search more precise – and save you time!

## Which is not a logical operator?

The NOT logical operator **reverses the true/false outcome of the expression that immediately follows**. The NOT operator affects only the expression that immediately follows, unless a more complex logical expression is enclosed in parentheses. You can substitute ~ or ¬ for NOT as a logical operator.

## What does => mean in JS?

It’s a new feature that introduced in ES6 and is called **arrow function**. The left part denotes the input of a function and the right part the output of that function.

## Is == a logical operator?

Comparison operators — operators that compare values and return true or false . The operators include: > , < , >= , <= , === , and !== … Logical operators — operators that combine multiple boolean expressions **or** values and provide a single boolean output. The operators include: && , || , and ! .

## What are the three logical operators?

There are three logical operators: **and , or , and not** . The semantics (meaning) of these operators is similar to their meaning in English. For example, x > 0 and x < 10 is true only if x is greater than 0 and at the same time, x is less than 10.