Could someone explain the rationale, why in a bunch of most popular languages (see note below) comparison operators (==, !=, <, >, <=, >=) have higher priority than bitwise operators (&, |, ...
Is there any reason why most programming languages don't have '!>' (not greater than) and '!<' (not less than) operators?
I wonder if there is any reason - or if it is just an accident of history - that there are no !> and !< operators in most programming languages? a >= b (a greater OR equals b) could be ...
How useful are infix operators in a programming language? Are they worth the extra complexity they provide? Can you provide any examples where infix operators are better suited to the problem that ...