# Arithmetic Operators

 Number `+` Number Adds two numbers. `-` Number Computes the opposite sign of a number. Zero is the opposite of itself. Number `-` Number Subtracts two numbers. Number `*` Number Multiplies two numbers. Number `/` Number Divides two numbers, and returns the result as a floating-point number. A Division By Zero (26) error will occur if the value of the number to the right of the slash is zero. Number `^` Power Raises Number to the power Power. For example, `4 ^ 3 = 64` Number `\` Number Number `DIV` Number Computes the quotient of the two Integer numbers, truncating the result. A Division By Zero (26) error will occur if the value of the number to the right of the backslash is zero. For example, `13 \ 6 = 2` `A \ B = Int(A / B)` Number `%` Number Number `MOD` Number Computes the remainder of the quotient of the two numbers. A Division By Zero (26) error will occur if the value of the number to the right of the operator `MOD` is zero.

## Comparison

 Number `=` Number Returns TRUE if two numbers are equal. Number `<>` Number Returns TRUE if two numbers are different. Number1 `<` Number2 Returns TRUE if Number1 is strictly lower than Number2. Number1 `>` Number2 Returns TRUE if Number1 is strictly greater than Number2. Number1 `<=` Number2 Returns TRUE if Number1 is lower or equal than Number2. Number1 `>=` Number2 Returns TRUE if Number1 is greater or equal than Number2.

If the result of a Comparison is assigned to an integer variable, then the result is either -1 (True) or 0 (False)