Talk:Operator (computer programming)

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Dispute: Accuracy, Verifiability and Original research[edit]

ISO/IEC 2382 The Standard Vocabulary for Information Technology defines 'operator' as a symbol that identifies or represents an operation. It does not limit the symbol to single characters. Thus, '+', 'add', 'first', 'next' could all be operators.

This article lacks citations and appears inaccurate. It appears to confuse the symbol with what the symbol represents. If a citation exists to support this non-standard definition, please provide it and adjust the article to give the standard definition as well to avoid POV.

Otherwise, this article should changed or rewritten to accurately reflect the standard definition.

Bob Badour 15:05, 29 June 2006 (UTC)

Operator features not sorting correctly.[edit]

When sorting the 'Operator features in programming languages' by 'Programmer-defined operator symbols'. It doesn't work. Haskell comme first (as Yes) then all the NOs then all the Yes. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:11, 18 June 2014 (UTC)