binary operator
Noun

binary operator (plural binary operators)

  1. (algebra, computing) A symbol representing binary operation; an operator taking two operands.
    The "four rules": +, −, × and ÷ are examples of binary operators.
Translations
  • French: opérateur binaire
  • German: Binäroperator
  • Portuguese: operador binário
  • Russian: бина́рный опера́тор
  • Spanish: operador binario



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