Mythryl arithmetic operations are written much as in C.
The most notable difference is that Mythryl is more sensitive to the presence or absence of white space. For example a-b and a -b are the same in C, but in Mythryl the former dash designates subtraction and the latter dash unary negation:
#!/usr/bin/mythryl a = 10; b = 3; printf "%d\n" (a-b); printf "%d %d\n" a -b; printf "* %d\n" (a*b); printf "/ %d\n" (a/b); printf "+ %d\n" (a+b); printf "| %d\n" (a|b); printf "^ %d\n" (a^b);
When run this produces
linux$ ./my-script 7 10 -3 * 30 / 3 + 13 | 11 ^ 9 linux$
(The last two are respectively inclusive-or and exclusive-or, taken from C; if you are not familiar with them, don’t worry about them.)