Operator

Description

=

Assign the right operand's value to the left operand (C style).

:=

Assign the right operand's value to the left operand (Pascal
Style).

+=

Add the right operand to the left operand and assign the value to
the left operand.

=

Subtract the right operand from the left operand and assign the
value to the left operand.

/=

Divide the right operand into the left operand and assign the
value to the left operand.

*=

Multiply the left operand by the right operand and assign the
value to the left operand.

%=

Assign to the left operand the remainder from dividing the right
operand into the left operand. If the left operand and the right
operand are both of the same sign then the remainder will be
positive. Otherwise the remainder will be negative.

^^=

Raise the left operand to the power of the right operand and
assign the value to the left operand.

&=

Take the bitwise AND of the left operand with the right operand
and assign to the left operand.

=

Take the bitwise OR of the left operand with the right operand and
assign to the left operand.

^=

Take the bitwise XOR of the left operand with the right operand
and assign to the left operand.

<<=

Shift the bits of the value of the left operand to the left by the
value of the right operand and assign to the left operand.

>>=

Shift the bits of the value of the left operand to the right by
the value of the right operand and assign to the left operand.

.=

Concatenate the right operand to the end of the left operand and
assign the new value to the left operand.

++

When this operator preceds the operand it increments the value
of the operand and returns the incremented value. When the
operator follows the operand then it increments the value of
the operand after returning the value.



When this operator preceds the operand it decrements the value
of the operand and returns the decremented value. When the
operator follows the operand then it decrements the value of
the operand after returning the value.



Return the the boolean value of taking the logical OR of the left
and right operands.

OR

Same as ''.

&&

Return the the boolean value of taking the logical AND of the left
and right operands.

AND

Same as '&&'.

&

Return the value of taking the bitwise AND of the left operand
with the right operand.



Return the value of taking the bitwise OR of the left operand with
the right operand.

^

Return the value of taking the bitwise XOR of the left operand
with the right operand.

==

Return the the boolean value of comparing the values of the left
and right operands.

!=

Return the the boolean value of applying the logical NOT operator
to the boolean value of comparing the values of the left and right
operands.

===

Return the the boolean value of comparing the values of the left
and right operands with datatype checking. In other words if the
datatypes of the left and right operands differ then this will
return false, even if the values would normally return true when
using the == operator.

!==

Return the the boolean value of applying the logical NOT operator
to the boolean value of comparing the values of the left and right
operands with datatype checking. In other words if the datatypes
of the left and right operands differ then this will return true,
even if the comparison would normally return false when using the
!= operator.

<

Return the the boolean value of checking to see if the left
operand is less than the right operand.

>

Return the the boolean value of checking to see if the left
operand is greater than the right operand.

<=

Return the the boolean value of checking to see if the left
operand is less than or equal to the right operand.

>=

Return the the boolean value of checking to see if the left
operand is greater than or equal to the right operand.

<<

Return the result of shifting the bits of the left operand to the
left by the value of the right operand.

>>

Return the result of shifting the bits of the left operand to the
right by the value of the right operand.

.

Concatenation operator if one existed :) Concatenation occurs
invisibly when two operands are detected with no joining operator.
Thus the following is legitimate: %( Random: 1d100 ) which will a
string of the form "Random: 73".

MIN

The left operand is limited to a minimum value as defined by the
right operand.

MAX

The left operand is limited to a maximum value as defined by the
right operand.

+

Return the result of adding the right operand to the left operand.
This may also be used as a unary operator; however, as such it's
benefits are aesthetic only.



Return the result of subtracting the right operand from the left
operand. This may also be used as a unary operator to signify the
negation of the right operand.

/

Return the result of dividing the right operand into the left
operand.

*

Return the result of multiplying the left operand by the right
operand.

%

Return the remainder when the left operand is divided by the right
operand. If the left operand and the right operand are both of the
same sign then the remainder will be positive. Otherwise the
remainder will be negative.

^^

Return the result of raising the left operand to the power of the
right operand.

D

Given that the left operand signifies a number of die and the
right operand signifies the number of faces for each dice. Return
an entry from the set of all possible dice roll totals with these
criteria.

!

Return the logical NOT of the right operand.

~

Return the bitwise NOT of the right operand.

>

Please see "The Resolution Operator" section below.

>+

The array add operator. This is used in conjunction with the = operator
to add elements to an array with auto indexing (@foo>+ = @value).

( )

Force the evaluation of the expression within the parenthesis to
occur before any other evaluation.
