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# plus (+)

Numerical addition. Text concatenation (gluing)

### Syntax

X + Y str1 + str2

### Arguments

- X,Y
scalars, vectors, matrices or hypermatrices of booleans, numbers, polynomials, or rationals. They may also be

`syslin`

lists.- str1, str2
two texts, vectors, matrices, or hypermatrices of texts.

### Description

For numeric operands, the addition has its usual meaning.

Adding booleans together or to numbers of integer, decimal or complex type
performs the implicit conversions `%F => 0`

and `%T => 1`

before processing. The result has the type of the input numbers, or is decimal for
booleans added together.

For two texts, `+`

concatenates (glues) them together.

If an operand is an array and the other one is a scalar, the scalar is applied (added or glued) to each component of the array.

If an operand is the empty matrix `[]`

, the result is `[]`

.

The addition operator may be extended to other data types through overloading.

### Examples

[1, 2] + 1 [] + 2 %s + 2 1/%s + %s "con" + ["catenate" "crete" "sole"]

--> [1, 2] + 1 ans = 2. 3. --> [] + 2 ans = [] --> %s + 2 ans = 2 +s --> 1/%s + %s ans = 2 1 + s ------ s --> "con" + ["catenate" "crete" "sole"] ans = !concatenate concrete console !

With booleans:

[%f %f %t %t] + [%f %t %f %t] %f + [-1 0 2 %i] %t + [-1 0 2 %i]

--> [%f %f %t %t] + [%f %t %f %t] ans = 0. 1. 1. 2. --> %f + [-1 0 2 %i] ans = -1. 0. 2. i --> %t + [-1 0 2 %i] ans = 0. 1. 3. 1. + i

### See also

- minus — (-) subtraction operator. Sign change
- operators — scilab operator names
- overloading — display, functions and operators overloading capabilities
- oldEmptyBehaviour — Controls the operation+ and operation- behaviour for Scilab
- mtlb_a — Matlab addition emulation function

### History

Version | Description |

6.0.0 | `A + []` now returns `[]` instead of
`A` |

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