Python operators allow programmers to manipulate data or operands. Here are the types of operators supported by Python:
Arithmetic Operators:
Operator  Description  Example 
+ Addition  adds the value of the left and right operands 
>>> 10+5 15 
 Subtraction  subtracts the value of the right operand from the value of the left operand 
>>> 105 10 
* Multiplication  multiplies the value of the left and right operand 
>>> 10*5 50 
/ Division  divides the value of the left operand by the right operand 
>>> 10/5 2 
** Exponent  performs exponential calculation 
>>>2**3 2 raised to the power of 3 8 
% Modulus  returns the remainder after dividing the left operand with the right operand 
>>>17 % 5 2 
// Floor Division  division of operands where the solution is a quotient left after removing decimal numbers 
>>>17 // 5 3 
Assignment Operators :
These operators are useful when assigning values to variables:
Operators  Description  Example 
=  assigns the value of the right operand to the left operand 
a = c
a = b + c
a = 8

+= add and  adds the value of the right and left operand and assigns the total to the left operand 
x = x += a

= subtract and  deducts the value of the right operand from the value of the left operand and assigns the new value to the left operand 
x = x=a

*= multiply and  multiplies the left and right operand and assigns the product to the left operand 
x = x*=a

/= divide and  divides the left operand with the value of the right operand and assigns the quotient to the left operand 
x = x/a

**= exponent  performs exponential operation on the left operand and assigns the result to the left operand 
x%=a

//= floor division and  performs floor division on the left operand and assigns the result to the left operand 
x = x//a

Relational or Comparison Operators :
Relational operators evaluate values on the left and right side of the operator and return the relation as either True or False.
Operator  Description 
==  is equal to 
<  is less than 
>  is greater than 
<=  is less than or equal to 
>=  is greater than or equal to 
!=  is not equal to 