The order of precedence is the order in which the
operations are carried out for an expression. The order of
precedence for sanScript is:

Unary minus and not (-, not)

Exponentiation (^)

Multiplication, division and modulus (*,
/, %)

Addition and subtraction (+, -)

Shift operations (shiftl, shiftr,
<<, >>)

Equality operators (=, <>, <,
>, <=, >=)

Logical and

Logical or, xor

Implication

Exercise caution when you use bit-wise operators
in expressions. Based on the order of precedence, you may not get
the result you expect. For example, the following two expressions
look similar, but are evaluated very differently:

if ((int_val1 and int_val2) > 0)
if (int_val1 and int_val2 > 0)

The first expression performs a bit-wise and
operation on the two integer values and then compares the result to
0. The second expression compares the second integer value to 0 and
then performs a bitwise and operation on that boolean result and
int_val1. The second expression can’t be compiled because sanScript
can’t perform a logical and operation on a boolean and an
integer.