- If multiple operators present then which operator will be evaluated first is decided by operator precedence.

**Example**

Python

```
print(3+10*2)
print((3+10)*2)
```

**Output**

PowerShell

```
23
26
```

- The following list describes operator precedence in Python.
- () ⇒ Parenthesis
- ** ⇒ Exponential operator
- ~, – ⇒ Bitwise complement operator, unary minus operator
- *, /, %, // ⇒ multiplication, division, modulo, floor division
- +, – ⇒ addition, subtraction
- <<, >> ⇒ Left and Right Shift
- & ⇒ bitwise And
- ^ ⇒ Bitwise XOR
- | ⇒ Bitwise OR
- >, >=, <, <=, ==, != ⇒ Relational or Comparison operators
- =, +=, -=,
*=… ⇒**Assignment operators* *is, is not ⇒ Identity Operators**in , not in ⇒ Membership operators**not ⇒ Logical not**and ⇒ Logical and**or ⇒ Logical or*

**Example**

Python

```
num1 = 30
num2 = 20
num3 = 10
num4 = 5
print((num1+num2)*num3/num4)
print((num1+num2)*(num3/num4))
print(num1+(num2*num3)/num4)
```

**Output**

PowerShell

```
100.0
100.0
70.0
```

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