How the result may be called when applying an operator to its operands?
In eg. programming one may be familiar with a so-called "expression" like this one from a SO question:
x>y && z==5
The meaning and the exact way of calculating this expression is up to interpretation.
Without getting into the mess, if one knows that
==are called "operators", and are what is called "binary operators" in particular,
5are "operands", and are said to be the "initial operands",
- saying that "
z==5are operands to the operator
&&" is in accordance with what is called the "evaluation order" and "operator precedence" that belongs to the particular interpretation,
- the intended interpretation is not totally screwed up like a troll language, so for example
yare belonging to
then you see I don't know how the result of
x>5 could be called.
Does it have a name? If an operator operates on an operand, you get a - what?