The following operators are used in expressions in TAMEScript to calculate values. They also have a set precedence outlined in a table at the end of this page.
Some operators requires only one operand (unary), and others require two (binary), and one is used as an if-else branch.
|Strict Not Equals||!==|
|Ternary Operator||? :|
Operators have a built-in precedence when used without parenthesis to affect order of operations. From highest to lowest, this is the precedence for all of TAME's operators (same line has equal precedence).
|(unary operators) - ! +|
|* / %|
|< <= > >=|
|== != === !==|
|(ternary operator) ? :|
It is also worth noting that the power operator (**) is right-associative - the right side is evaluated first, if more power operators are used successively (e.g. 6 ** 3 ** 2: 3 ** 2 is evaluated first).