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Expressions can be combined using operators. Each operator as a precedence priority. Here is the list of those expression's priority.

• primary
• unary
• power
• multiplicative
• relational
• logical

### Case sensitivity

The evaluation process is case sensitive. This means every parameter and operator will match using case. Functions are not case sensitive. So both FUNC and func will work the same.

### Logical

These operators can do some logical comparison between other expressions: or, || and, &&

`true or false and true`

The and operator has more prioroty thand the or, thus in the example above, false and true is evaluated first.

### Relational

=, ==, !=, <> <, ⇐, >, >=

`1 < 2`

+, -

`1 + 2 - 3`

### Multiplicative

*, /, %

`1 * 2 % 3`

### Bitwise

& (bitwise and), | (bitwise or), ^(bitwise xor), « (left shift), »(right shift)

`2 >> 3`

### Unary

!, not, -, ~ (bitwise not)

`not true`

### Primary

(, ) values

`2 * ( 3 + 2 )`

### Conditional

in - Returns whether an element is in a set of values. Following example returns true:

`in(1 + 1, 1, 2, 3)`

if - Returns a value based on a condition. Following example returns 'value is true':

`if(3 % 2 = 1, 'value is true', 'value is false')`