Comparing Numbers

In programming, we can compare values using the following operators:

  • Operator < (less than)
  • Operator > (greater than)
  • Operator <= (less than or equals)
  • Operator >= (greater than or equals)
  • Operator == (equals)
  • Operator != (different from)

When compared, the result is a Boolean value true or false, depending on whether the result of the comparison is true or false.

Video: Comparing Numbers

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Examples for Comparing Numbers

Note that when printing the true and false values in C # language, they are printed with a capital letter, respectively True and False.

Comparison Operators

In C#, we can use the following comparison operators:

Operator Notation Applicable for
Equals == numbers, strings, dates
Not equal !=
Greater than > numbers, dates, other comparable objects
Greater than or equals >=
Less than <
Less than or equals <=

The following example demonstrates how to use comparison operators in expressions:

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