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Operators

Elevate Web Builder supports most Object Pascal operators, and these operators are detailed below.

Boolean Operators

The following are the boolean operators, ordered by their operator precedence:

Comparison Operators

The following are the comparison operators, ordered by their operator precedence:

Arithmetic Operators

The following are the arithmetic operators, ordered by their operator precedence:

String Operators

The following are the string operators, ordered by their operator precedence:

Boolean Operators

The following are the boolean operators, ordered by their operator precedence:

Operator | Description |

not | Flips a boolean expression so that True becomes False, or vice-versa. |

and | Returns True if both the left and right boolean expressions are True. |

or | Returns True if either the left or right boolean expression is True. |

Comparison Operators

The following are the comparison operators, ordered by their operator precedence:

Operator | Description |

= | Returns True if both the left and right expressions are equal. |

<> | Returns True if both the left and right expressions are not equal. |

> | Returns True if the left expression is greater than the right expression. |

>= | Returns True if the left expression is greater than or equal to the right expression. |

< | Returns True if the left expression is less than the right expression. |

<= | Returns True if the left expression is less than or equal to the right expression. |

is | Returns True if the left expression is an instance of the class type specified in the right expression. |

Arithmetic Operators

The following are the arithmetic operators, ordered by their operator precedence:

Operator | Description |

not | Returns an integer that represents the inverse of all bits in the right integer expression. |

or | Returns an integer that represents all set bits in the left and right integer expressions. |

xor | Returns an integer that represents all set bits in either the left or right, but not both, integer expressions. |

and | Returns an integer that represents all bits that are set in both the left and right integer expressions. |

* | Multiplies the left numeric expression by the right numeric expression. |

/ | Divides the left numeric expression by the right numeric expression. |

div | Divides the left integer expression by the right integer expression. |

- | Subtracts the right numeric expression from the left numeric expression. |

+ | Adds the right numeric expression to the left numeric expression. |

mod | Returns the remainder derived from dividing the left numeric expression by the right numeric expression. |

shl | Returns the left integer expression shifted to the left by the number of bits specified by the right integer expression. |

shr | Returns the left integer expression shifted to the right by the number of bits specified by the right integer expression. |

String Operators

The following are the string operators, ordered by their operator precedence:

Operator | Description |

+ | Concatenates the right string expression to the left string expression. |

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