What is the name of the and operators duplicate

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I'm wondering if the "" and ">>" operators have a standard nomenclature. This is mostly in the context of teaching C++ and incorporating those operators into stream input/output. I'm not sure how to enunciate such symbols if I need to read code or ask for student replies (such as cout "Hello";). Is there a rule to follow when reading them aloud?

Improved version of this question: How do you pronounce the symbols "" and ">>" aloud?
Jun 15 in C++ by Nicholas
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According to cplusplus.com's documentation:

This operator (<<) applied to an output stream is known as insertion operator.

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And from the same website

This operator (>>) applied to an input stream is known as extraction operator.

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