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PowerShell has operators – lots of operators. So many operators that it took us TWO chapters to work through them all in PowerShell in Action, third edition – https://www.manning.com/books/windows-powershell-in-action-third-edition. Here’s how you can discover the PowerShell operators.
PS> Get-Help about*operator*
A quick listing gives us:
Arithmetic operators (+, -, *, /, %)
Assignment operators (=, +=, -=, *=, /=, %=)
Comparison operators (-eq, -ne, -gt, -lt, -le, -ge) (-match, -notmatch) (-like, -notlike)
(-in, -notin, -contains, -notcontains) (-bAND, -bOR, -bXOR, -bNOT)
Logical opertors (-and, -or, -xor, -not, !)
Redirection operators (>, >>, 2>, 2>, and 2>&1)
Type operators (-is, -isnot, -as)
And a bunch of special operators @(), & (call),  (cast), comma, dot, –f , index opertor, pipeline operator, range operator, :: static member operator, $()
Also don’t forget –split, –join, –replace