Operators in C Sharp are special symbols that help you to write code faster and easier. They provide shortcuts for commonly used tasks such as adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing numbers.
Operators in C Sharp work by evaluating the value of the expression on the left-hand side of an assignment operator. The evaluation is done by a function called a binary operator. For example, the assignment operator '=' evaluates to TRUE if its left-hand side is equal to its right-hand side.
Operators are a type of pre-built function that allow you to perform a variety of tasks with one line of code. They are typically used in C Sharp and other programming languages.
In C#, there are six bitwise operators that function at the bit level or perform operations bit by bit. The following are the bitwise operators: & (bitwise AND) is a function that takes two operands and performs AND on each bit of each of them. The result of AND is only true if both bits are 1.