# Go: Operator precedence

## Unary operators

Unary operators have the highest precedence and bind the strongest.

## Binary operators

Prio | Operators |
---|---|

1 | `*` `/` `%` `<<` `>>` `&` `&^` |

2 | `+` `-` `|` `^` |

3 | `==` `!=` `<` `<=` `>` `>=` |

4 | `&&` |

5 | `||` |

Among binary operators multiplication operators bind strongest, followed by addition operators, comparison operators, `&&`

(logical and), and finally `||`

(logical or).

Binary operators of the same precedence associate from **left to right**:

`x / y * z`

is the same as`(x / y) * z`

.

## Statement operators

The `++`

and `--`

operators **form statements** and fall outside the operator hierarchy:

p)++.

`is the same as`

p++`(`

## Examples

`^a >> b`

is the same as`(^a) >> b`

`1 + 2*a[i]`

is the same as`1 + (2*a[i])`

`m == n+1 && <-ch > 0`

is the same as`(m == (n+1)) && ((<-ch) > 0)`

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