# Unary and Binary Operators

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Typed command(s) | Symbol in Elements pane | Meaning |
---|---|---|

`-` |
Subtraction | |

`-` |
- Sign | |

`-+` |
Minus/Plus | |

`/` |
Division | |

`*` |
Multiplication | |

`+` |
Addition | |

`+` |
+ Sign | |

`+-` |
Plus/Minus | |

`and` or `&` |
Boolean AND operation | |

`boper` |
No symbol. Usage:
a boper %SYM1 b |
Binary operator. A user-defined symbol follows, which is used as a binary operator. |

`uoper` |
No symbol. Usage:
uoper %SYM2 b |
Unary operator. A user-defined symbol follows, which is a used as a unary operator. |

`cdot` |
Multiplication, small multiply symbol | |

`circ` |
Concatenate symbols | |

`div` |
Division | |

`neg` |
Boolean NOT | |

`odivide` |
No symbol. | Slash / in circle |

`odot` |
No symbol. | Small multiply symbol in circle |

`ominus` |
No symbol. | Subtract symbol in circle |

`oplus` |
No symbol. | Add symbol in circle |

`or` or `|` |
Boolean OR operation | |

`otimes` |
No symbol. | Multiply symbol times in circle |

`over` |
Division/Fraction | |

`times` |
Multiplication | |

`widebslash` |
No symbol. | Backslash \ between two characters, of which the right is superscript, the left subscript |

`wideslash` |
No symbol. | Slash / between two characters, of which the left is superscript, the right subscript |

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