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I could be able to help you with this but I would like it if you could further explain what you mean. I don't really understand any of what you just said. Thanks.
Operators are symbols that represent simple computations. For example, the addition operator is + , subtraction is - , multiplication is * , and division is / . ... When the program runs, each variable is replaced by its current value, and then the operators are applied. The values operators work with are called operands.

C# Variables & Operators with Example: https://www.guru99.com/c-sharp-variables-operator.html
Javascript Operators: https://www.w3schools.com/js/js_operators.asp
Operators - C++ Tutorials: http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/operators/
You're Variables need to be something like this:
var Operator = 12; or var Operator;.

Your Variable must be declared with a Value or no Value(You can initialize the Value later in the Code). You're Variable can also be in the negatives, so:
var Operator = -12;

Hope this helps.
Look, it's really hard to understand what you're saying but from what I'm looking at, you want to declare a Variable and initialize that Variable with an Operator-Symbol such as +, -, * or /, correct? If so, you cannot do such a thing. Symbols are not and cannot be Values in Programming. That applies to every Career, aspect, Paradigm and Programming-Language of CS.

Variables can only take in Words/Letters(Strings) or Values(Integers, Floats and Doubles).
that wont help cause i now how to use variables but i need a variable to declare to "-" ,"+","*"or"/"


I don't think, in JavaScript, you can directly apply an operator as a value to a variable. May be you need to trick it in some way.

Can you explain why exactly you want to assign an operator as a value and what you want to achieve with it?

The question actually sounds interesting

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