`mixed-operator-precedence`parameterDefines the order of operations, or operator precedence, for supported operations. This should be a list of lists of symbols, each specifying a precedence group, ordered from highest to lowest precedence. Symbols are grouped with left-associativity by default. Instead of a symbol,

`(#:right symbol)`can be used instead, indicating that`symbol`is an operator with right associativity.If the first element of a group is the keyword

`#:comparison`, the following members of that group should be treated as comparison operators that return a boolean, and are grouped as non-associative operators with`and`. For example, the group`(#:comparison < >)`implies that`{1 > 3 < 4}`will be grouped as`(and (1 > 3) (3 > 4))`The special group

`(#:other)`is a placeholder for any operators not present in (mixed-operator-precedence). These are grouped with left associativity. The parameter should contain at least this group, and is properly guarded as such.The default roughly matches python's operator precedence:

'(((right: expt) (right: **)) (* / modulo % quotient remainder fx* fx/ fxmod fxrem fp* fp/) (+ - fx+ fx- fp+ fp-) (arithmetic-shift << >> fxshl fxshr) (bitwise-and & fxand) (bitwise-xor ^ fxxor) (bitwise-ior ior fxior) (other:) (comparison: < <= > >= = fx< fx<= fx> fx>= fx= fp< fp<= fp> fp>= fp=) (and) (or))