Glish supports the usual arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction,
multiplication, division, modulus, and exponentiation. The corresponding
operators are `+`, `-`, `*`, `/`, `%`, and `^`

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All work element-by-element given two equal-sized vectors, or pair a
scalar with every element in a vector in turn given one scalar and one vector.
Arithmetic operators applied to arrays perform the same way as arithmetic
operators applied to vectors, but the result is an array instead of a vector.
All require *numeric* operands and yield a *numeric* result.
See § 3.2.3, page , for details.

Thu Nov 13 16:44:05 EST 1997