# + Operator

Computes the sum of two numbers or permits expression of a positive number.

## Syntax

### Binary form

```
expression_1 + expression_2
```

### Unary form

```
+ expression_1
```

## Parts

`expression_1`- Necessary in the binary form; a numeric or string expression
- Necessary in the unary form; a numeric expression
`expression_2`- Necessary in the binary form; an expression of a type compatible with
`expression_1`

## Instructions

The binary `+` operator adds the values of two numeric expressions and returns their numeric sum.

If both expressions are of type string, the result is a new string formed by the concatenation of `expression_1` and `expression_2`, in that order. It is functionally equivalent to the `&` operator, but has slightly higher precedence.

The unary `+` operator passes the numeric value of `expression_1` unchanged. Thus, it is often referred to as the identity function in mathematics.

## Examples

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