The JavaScript division operator (/) is used to perform floating-point division between two numbers. It is important to handle the case where the second operand is zero, as division by zero is undefined and will result in an error.

```
x / y
// OR
dividend / divisor
```

Here, `dividend`

is the number that will be divided by the `divisor`

, and `/`

is the division operator. The result of the division is the quotient of the two numbers.

The division operator (/) calculates the quotient of its operands, where the number on the left side of the operator is the dividend, and the number on the right side is the divisor.

**JavaScript division operator example**

A simple example of code divides `10`

by `2`

using the division operator.

```
let dividend = 10;
let divisor = 2;
let quotient = dividend / divisor;
console.log(quotient); // Output: 5
```

In JavaScript, dividing a number by zero using the division operator (/) will result in the value `Infinity`

or `-Infinity`

.

To handle the error that occurs when dividing a number by zero using the division operator (/) in JavaScript, you can use conditional statements to check if the divisor is zero before performing the division operation.

```
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>
<script>
let num = 10;
let zero = 0;
let result;
if (zero === 0) {
console.log("Error: Division by zero is not allowed.");
} else {
result = num / zero;
console.log(result);
}
</script>
</body>
</html>
```

**Output:**

Alternatively, you can use a try-catch block to handle the error that occurs when dividing a number by zero.

```
let num = 10;
let zero = 0;
let result;
try {
result = num / zero;
console.log(result);
} catch (error) {
console.log("Error: " + error.message);
}
```

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Note:TheAll JS Examples codesare tested on the Firefox browser and the Chrome browser.OS:

Windows 10Code: HTML 5 Version