Operators: Operators are symbols or keywords in a programming language that perform operations on operands (values or variables). They are used to manipulate data and perform calculations in expressions.

Examples of unary operators:

- Unary minus/negation:
**–**(e.g.,**-x**) - Unary plus:
**+**(e.g.,**+x**) - Increment:
**++**(e.g.,**x++**) [Note: Python does not have a built-in increment operator, but it can be achieved using other constructs.]

Examples of binary operators:

- Arithmetic operators:
- Addition:
**+**(e.g.,**x + y**) - Subtraction:
**–**(e.g.,**x – y**) - Multiplication:
*****(e.g.,**x * y**) - Division:
**/**(e.g.,**x / y**) - Modulo:
**%**(e.g.,**x % y**) - Exponentiation:
******(e.g.,**x ** y**) - Floor division:
**//**(e.g.,**x // y**)

- Addition:
- Comparison operators:
- Equal to:
**==**(e.g.,**x == y**) - Not equal to:
**!=**(e.g.,**x != y**) - Greater than:
**>**(e.g.,**x > y**) - Less than:
**<**(e.g.,**x < y**) - Greater than or equal to:
**>=**(e.g.,**x >= y**) - Less than or equal to:
**<=**(e.g.,**x <= y**)

- Equal to: