A mapping of one set into another, each of which has a certain structure (defined by algebraic operations, a topology, or by an order relation). The general definition of an operator coincides with the definition of a mapping or function. Let $X$ and $Y$ be two sets.
The symbol used in an operation is called an operator.
Q - What do we call an operator that operates on only one operand?
& The call operator (&) allows you to execute a command, script or function. Many times you can execute a command by just typing its name, but this will only run if the command is in the environment path.
The type of operation they perform on the operands : An operator is called an arithmetic operator, a relational operator, a logical operator, or a bitwise operator, depending on the kind of operation it performs on its operands.
In linguistics it is called bastardisation. – dreamlax Jul 19 '10 at 14:02.
An operator that maps an infinite-dimensional space to a set of real or complex numbers is called a functional.
An operator is a symbol that tells the compiler to perform specific mathematical or logical manipulations. Scala is rich in built-in operators and provides the following types of operators −.
Operators automatically push their actions containing the properties used onto the undo/redo stack, by calling an operator with different options you are adding it to the stack each time.
they are called “fundamental operators”.