## Comparison Operators

Comparison Operators are used to compare the given two values/operands.

The following table presents to you all the Comparison Operators in Python, with a description, and an example.

## Equal-To Operator

Equal-to Operator returns `True` if the given operands are equal in value, else it returns `False`.

In the following program, we shall find the output of Equal-to operator with unequal operand values.

Python Program

```x, y = 5, 2
output = (x == y)
print(output)
```

Output

```False
```

In the following program, we shall find the output of Equal-to operator with equal operand values.

Python Program

```x, y = 8, 8
output = (x == y)
print(output)
```

Output

```True
```

## Not-Equal-To Operator

Not-Equal-To Operator returns `True` if the given operands are not equal in value, else it returns `False`.

In the following program, we shall find the output of Not-Equal-To operator with unequal operand values.

Python Program

```x, y = 5, 2
output = (x != y)
print(output)
```

Output

```True
```

In the following program, we shall find the output of Not-Equal-To operator with equal operand values.

Python Program

```x, y = 8, 8
output = (x != y)
print(output)
```

Output

```False
```

## Greater-Than Operator

Greater-Than Operator returns `True` if the left operand is greater in value than that of right operand, else it returns `False`.

In the following program, we shall find the output of Greater-Than operator with left operand greater in value than that of right operand value.

Python Program

```x, y = 5, 2
output = (x > y)
print(output)
```

Output

```True
```

In the following program, we shall find the output of Greater-Than operator with left operand not greater in value than that of right operand value.

Python Program

```x, y = 1, 8
output = (x > y)
print(output)
```

Output

```False
```

## Less-Than Operator

Less-Than Operator returns `True` if the left operand is lesser in value than that of right operand, else it returns `False`.

In the following program, we shall find the output of Less-Than operator with left operand lesser in value than that of right operand value.

Python Program

```x, y = 1, 8
output = (x < y)
print(output)
```

Output

```True
```

In the following program, we shall find the output of Less-Than operator with left operand not lesser in value than that of right operand value.

Python Program

```x, y = 7, 3
output = (x < y)
print(output)
```

Output

```False
```

## Greater-Than-Or-Equal-To Operator

Greater-Than-Or-Equal-To Operator returns `True` if the left operand is greater or equal to in value with that of right operand, else it returns `False`.

In the following program, we shall find the output of Greater-Than-Or-Equal-To operator with left operand greater in value than that of right operand.

Python Program

```x, y = 5, 2
output = (x >= y)
print(output)
```

Output

```True
```

In the following program, we shall find the output of Greater-Than-Or-Equal-To operator with left operand equal in value with that of right operand.

Python Program

```x, y = 8, 8
output = (x >= y)
print(output)
```

Output

```True
```

In the following program, we shall find the output of Greater-Than-Or-Equal-To operator with left operand not greater in value with that of right operand.

Python Program

```x, y = 4, 6
output = (x >= y)
print(output)
```

Output

```False
```