Binary operator + for numeric types sums the operands. Binary operator + also concatenates strings if one of the operands is a string. You can also use the CONCAT function to concatenate strings.
Example1 + 2 returns 3.
Binary operator – subtract the second operand from the first.
Example2 – 1 returns 1.
The multiplication operator computes the product of its operands.
Example2 * 2 returns 4.
The division operator divides its first operand by its second operand.
Example2 / 2 returns 1.
The modulus operator computes the remainder after dividing its first operand by its second operand.
Example10 % 2 returns 0.
This example shows how to calculate Amout for every row in the data grid by multiplying the Price and Qty properties on the row.@Amount = Price * Qty;
This example shows how to calculate Amount for a specific row in the data grid, where ProductID = XP-5000.@Amount[ProductID == "XP-5000"] = @Price[ProductID == "XP-5000"] * @Qty[ProductID == "XP-5000"];