VB.NET Tutorial: Operators

Operators in VB.NET

Assignment Operator (=)


= sign is used as the assignment operator in VB.NET.
Example:
Dim x As Integer
x=10 'assign 10 to x variable
 


Arithmetic operators

Arithmetic operators are used to do mathematic operations.

Operator

Description

Example

Result

+

Addition

a=1+2

3

-

Subtraction

a=3-1

2

*

Multiplication

a=2*5

10

/

Division

10/2

5

Mod

Modulus (division remainder)

10 Mod 2

0

^

Power

a=3^2

 

a=9

\

Integer division

a=3\2

 

a=1


Comparison operators

The comparison operators are used in comparing values.

Operator

Description

Example

=

equal to

1=2 evaluated to false

<>

not equal

1<>2 evaluated to true

>

greater than

1>2 evaluated to false

<

less than

1<2 evaluated to true

>=

greater than or equal to

1>=2 evaluated to false

<=

less than or equal to

1<=2 evaluated to true







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