Precedences of Operations
This section provides the order of precedence for operations commonly used in VBScript. Operations in a complex expression must be evaluated according to the order of operation precedence.
In the previous section, we learned that operations in a complex expression must
be evaluated according to the order of operation precedence.
The following table shows you the relative order of precedence for some commonly used operations:
Precedence Operations Notes
12 (...) Operation group
11 ^ Exponentiation
10 - Unary negation
9 * / \ Mod Multiplication, Division, ...
8 + - Addition and Subtraction
7 & + String concatenation
6 = <> < > <= >= Comparisons
5 Not Logical negation
4 And Logical conjunction
3 Or Logical disjunction
2 Xor Logical exclusion
1 Eqv Logical equivalence
0 Imp Logical implication
- Operations with higher precedence values must be evaluated first.
- Operations of the same precedence value must be evaluated from left to right.
See the next section for examples of expressions and evaluation orders.
Table of Contents
About This Book
Introduction of VBScript - Visual Basic Scripting Edition
Variant Data Type, Subtypes, and Literals
Numeric Comparison Operations and Logical Operations
String Operations - Concatenation and Comparison
Variable Declaration and Assignment Statement
►Expression and Order of Operation Precedence
What Is an Expression?
►Precedences of Operations
Examples of Expressions
Statement Syntax and Statement Types
Array Data Type and Related Statements
Array References and Array Assignment Statements
Conditional Statements - "If ... Then" and "Select Case"
Loop Statements - "For", "While", and "Do"
"Function" and "Sub" Procedures
Inspecting Variables Received in Procedures
Error Handling Flag and the "Err" Object
Regular Expression Pattern Match and Replacement
scrrun.dll - Scripting Runtime DLL Library
Creating Your Own Classes
IE Web Browser Supporting VBScript
IIS ASP Server Supporting VBScript
WSH (Windows Script Host)
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