PowerShell Type operators are used to verify the type of the operand. Are you aware, each value we use in PowerShell has particular Type? These are the types similar to the types defined in .Net. Yes, because PowerShell is developed using .Net Framework. These operators are allowed to verify the type of the operand. Through […]

## PowerShell – Matching operators – To find matching entries

PowerShell Matching operators are used to find the entries which matches or do not matches the given criteria. Matching operators These operators can be used on multiple operands. When we use multiple operands; the operands should be separated by a comma (“,”). Multiple operands can be used only on left side; right side is a […]

## PowerShell – How to use Equality operators?

PowerShell equality operators are used to compare values. These operators compare the values and return either True or False; when the given condition matches. PowerShell provides below equality operators; as these are used for comparison, we can call them Comparison operators. PowerShell Equality operators All these equality operators takes 2 or more operands and compare […]

## PowerShell – Assignment operators

Basic Assignment operator, equal (=) sign is used to assign a value from right side value to it’s left side operand. PowerShell provides more such operators to assign the values from r-value to l-value. We are going to discuss about these operators through this Article. Most important thing you need to remember is, all these […]

## PowerShell – Arithemetic Operators

PowerShell provides different types of operators and through this article, we are going to discuss about Arithmetic Operators. Arithmetic Operators are used to compute numerical values. Before stating this article, would like to emphasis on one thing; that is, PowerShell is built on .Net Core; internally it uses .Net Core classes. We need to understand […]

## C# – Unary operators – Unary plus, minus and logical negation operators

C# unary operators takes single operand as input and produce the value. These operands are constants, expressions or variables. Please note that, do not confuse with Arithmetic plus (+) and minus (-) operators. Arithmetic operators takes more than one operand as an input; whereas, unary operators takes only one operand as an input. Through this […]

## C# – What are the Arithmetic Operators?

An operator takes one or more operands to perform particular operation. C# provides below Arithmetic Operators to deal with different types of operations on numerical values. Addition operator (+) Addition operator is to add the values of two or more operands; the operands may be constants, named variables or an expression. Below is an example; […]