#### Go Operators

In Go, operators are symbols that perform operations on variables and values. They allow you to manipulate data and perform various computations within your programs. Go supports a variety of operators, which can be classified into different categories based on their functionality. Here are the main categories of operators in Go:

1. Arithmetic Operators:
• `+`: Addition
• `-`: Subtraction
• `*`: Multiplication
• `/`: Division
• `%`: Modulus (remainder after division)
2. Comparison Operators:
• `==`: Equal to
• `!=`: Not equal to
• `<`: Less than
• `<=`: Less than or equal to
• `>`: Greater than
• `>=`: Greater than or equal to
3. Logical Operators:
• `&&`: Logical AND
• `||`: Logical OR
• `!`: Logical NOT
4. Bitwise Operators:
• `&`: Bitwise AND
• `|`: Bitwise OR
• `^`: Bitwise XOR (exclusive OR)
• `<<`: Left shift
• `>>`: Right shift
5. Assignment Operators:
• `=`: Simple assignment
• `+=`: Add and assign
• `-=`: Subtract and assign
• `*=`: Multiply and assign
• `/=`: Divide and assign
• `%=`: Modulus and assign
• `<<=`: Left shift and assign
• `>>=`: Right shift and assign
• `&=`: Bitwise AND and assign
• `|=`: Bitwise OR and assign
• `^=`: Bitwise XOR and assign
6. Other Operators:
• `.`: Selector (used to access fields and methods of a struct)
• `:`: Colon (used in the `case` statement in a `switch`)
• `()` Parentheses (used for grouping and function calls)
• `[]`: Brackets (used for slicing and indexing arrays, slices, and maps)
• `{}`: Braces (used to define blocks of code and composite literals)

Here’s a simple example to demonstrate the use of some operators in Go:

``````package main

import "fmt"

func main() {
a := 10
b := 5

// Arithmetic Operators
fmt.Println("Subtraction:", a-b)
fmt.Println("Multiplication:", a*b)
fmt.Println("Division:", a/b)
fmt.Println("Modulus:", a%b)

// Comparison Operators
fmt.Println("Equal to:", a == b)
fmt.Println("Not equal to:", a != b)
fmt.Println("Greater than:", a > b)
fmt.Println("Less than or equal to:", a <= b)

// Logical Operators
fmt.Println("Logical AND:", a > 0 && b > 0)
fmt.Println("Logical OR:", a > 0 || b > 0)
fmt.Println("Logical NOT:", !(a > 0))
}
``````

Output:

``````Addition: 15
Subtraction: 5
Multiplication: 50
Division: 2
Modulus: 0
Equal to: false
Not equal to: true
Greater than: true
Less than or equal to: false
Logical AND: true
Logical OR: true
Logical NOT: false
``````

These are the basic operators in Go, and understanding how they work is essential for performing computations and controlling the flow of your programs.