Python Comparison Operators Example

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These operators compare the values on either sides of them and decide the relation among them. They are also called Relational operators.

Example:

#!/usr/bin/python

a = 21

b = 10

c = 0

if ( a == b ):

   print “Line 1 – a is equal to b”

else:

   print “Line 1 – a is not equal to b”

if ( a != b ):

   print “Line 2 – a is not equal to b”

else:

   print “Line 2 – a is equal to b”

if ( a <> b ):

   print “Line 3 – a is not equal to b”

else:

   print “Line 3 – a is equal to b”

if ( a < b ):

   print “Line 4 – a is less than b” 

else:

   print “Line 4 – a is not less than b”

if ( a > b ):

   print “Line 5 – a is greater than b”

else:

   print “Line 5 – a is not greater than b”

a = 5;

b = 20;

if ( a <= b ):

   print “Line 6 – a is either less than or equal to  b”

else:

   print “Line 6 – a is neither less than nor equal to  b”

if ( b >= a ):

   print “Line 7 – b is either greater than  or equal to b”

else:

   print “Line 7 – b is neither greater than  nor equal to b”

Output:

Line 1 – a is not equal to b

Line 2 – a is not equal to b

Line 3 – a is not equal to b

Line 4 – a is not less than b

Line 5 – a is greater than b

Line 6 – a is either less than or equal to b

Line 7 – b is either greater than or equal to b

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