In many cases, an expression may contain different type of operators, such as the one shown here.

## PHP

`\$a * \$b + 2 > 21 || !(\$c == \$b / 2) && \$c > 13`

In such cases, arithmetic operations are performed first, comparison operations are performed next, and logical operations are performed at the end, as shown in the following table

 Higher Precedence Lower Precedence Arithmetic Operators `*, /, %` `+, -` Comparison Operators `<, <=, >, >=, ==, !=` Logical Operators `!` `&&` `||`

## Java, C++, C#

`a * b + 2 > 21 || !(c == b / 2) && c > 13`

In such cases, arithmetic operations are performed first, comparison operations are performed next, and logical operations are performed at the end, as shown in the following table

 Higher Precedence Lower Precedence Arithmetic Operators `*, /, %` `+, -` Comparison Operators `<, <=, >, >=, ==, !=` Logical Operators `!` `&&` `||`

## Visual Basic

`a * b + 2 > 21 Or Not(c = b / 2) And c > 13`

In such cases, arithmetic operations are performed first, comparison operations are performed next, and logical operations are performed at the end, as shown in the following table

 Higher Precedence Lower Precedence Arithmetic Operators ^ `*, /, \, Mod` `+, -` Comparison Operators `<, <=, >, >=, =, <>` Logical Operators `Not` `And` `Or`

## Python

`a * b + 2 > 21 or not(c == b / 2) And c > 13`

In such cases, arithmetic operations are performed first, comparison operations are performed next, and logical operations are performed at the end, as shown in the following table

 Higher Precedence Lower Precedence Arithmetic Operators ** `*, /, //, %` `+, -` Comparison and Membership Operators `<, <=, >, >=, ==, !=, in, not in` Logical Operators `not` and or