The symbols on either side of + and * are operands, while the symbols on either side of them are arithmetic operators. Constants, variables, and function return values can all be used as operands in expressions and can be mixed together.
An Operand is a physical object on which an operation is carried out. The objects or variables that we construct in our programme are known as operands. An Operator is a syntactical token (symbol) that demands a response. The operands and operators combine to form a mathematical statement in the programme.