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Operators
V supports the following operators:

# Basic Operators

• `+` (addition) for int, float and string
• `-` (subtraction) for int and float
• `*` (multiplication) for int and float
• `/` (division) for int and float
• `%` (modulos) for int
• `=` (assignment) for changing values
• `:=` for initialising values
println(3 + 5)
println(2.0 + 5.0)
println('hello' + 'world')
println(9 - 10)
println(7.0 - 5.0)
println(3 * 5)
println(2.0 * 4)
println(23 / 3)
println(25.0 / 5.0)
println(27 % 5)
println(27 % 3)
Output
8
7.0
hello world
-1
2.0
15
8.0
7
5.0
2
0
Note: Unlike other languages, V doesn't allow modulus with float.

# Comparison Operators

• `>` greater than
• `<` lesser than
• `==` equal to
• `>=` greater than or equal to
• `<=` lesser than or equal to
• `!=` not equal to

# Boolean Operators

• `&&` and
• `||` or
• `!` not

# Bitwise Operators

• `<<` left bitshift
• `>>` right bitshift
• `&` bitwise and
• `|` bitwise or
• `^` bitwise xor

# Assignments Operators

• `+=` same as `foo = foo + var`
• `-=` same as `foo = foo - var`
• `*=` same as `foo = foo * var`
• `/=` same as `foo = foo / var`
• `&=` same as `foo = foo & var`
• `|=` same as `foo = foo | var`
• `>>=` same as `foo = foo >> var`
• `<<=` same as `foo = foo << var`

# Special Operators

• `in` for membership
• `none` for optional