# Relational Operator

#### Relational Operator

A relational operator is used to check the relationship between two operands. For example,

1. Check if a>b,
2. Check if a=b,
3. Check if a

Relational operators return “true” or “false” according to the data, if in example 1 if a is greater than b then it returns “True” for that particular expression. There are 6 relational operators:

Operator Symbol Relational Operation
== Equal to
!= Not equal
> Greater than
< Less than
>= Greater than or equal to
<= Less than or equal to

Expression’s first value = a

Expression’s second value = b for upcoming examples:

1. #### ==

2. Return “true” if the value of "first value" is equal to the value of "second value" else return “false” for the expression.

3. #### !=

4. Return “true” if the value of "first value" isn’t equal to the value of "second value" else return “false” for the expression.

5. #### >

6. Return “true” if the value of "first value" is greater than the value of "second value" else return “false” for the expression.

7. #### <

8. Return “true” if the value of "first value" is smaller than the value of "second value" else return “false” for the expression.

9. #### >=

10. Return “true” if the value of "first value" is greater than the equals to the value of "second value" else return “false” for the expression.

11. #### <=

12. Return “true” if the value of "first value" is smaller than equals to the value of "second value" else return “false” for the expression.