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.

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 <=

Example:

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