The operators +, -, *, /, ^, %, and \ are used to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponentiation, modulo, and integer division of their operands, respectively. Valid operands are numeric constants and/or numeric variables.
The = operator is used both for assignment to variables, and to test for equality. The + operator may be used to perform concatenation of any combination of string constants and string variables. The : operator can separate multiple statements on a single line. The ; operator suppresses the new line that is printed from a PRINT statement. The # operator is a shortcut for the Rem statement, and is interchangeable with it.
|Order of Operations|
|4||* / \||Multiplication and Division|
|5||%||Integer Remainder (Mod)|
|6||+ -||Addition, Concatenation, and Subtraction|
|7||< ⇐ > >= = <>||Comparison (Numeric and String)|
|11||XOR||Logical Exclusive Or|