Comparison and Logical Operators

Comparison or Relational Operators

Comparison operators are used to compare values. It either returns True or False according to the condition.

# Sample code for Comparison Operators 
a = 20
b = 10

# Greater Than 
print('{} > {} is'.format(a,b),a>b)

# Less Than
print('{} < {} is'.format(a,b),a<b)

# Equal To
print('{} == {} is'.format(a,b),a==b)

# Not Equal To 
print('{} != {} is'.format(a,b),a!=b)

# Greater than or equal to
print('{} >= {} is'.format(a,b),a>=b)

# Less than or equal to 
print('{} <= {} is'.format(a,b),a<=b)
Output:
20 > 10 is True
20 < 10 is False
20 == 10 is False
20 != 10 is True
20 >= 10 is True
20 <= 10 is False

Logical Operators in Python

# Sample code for Logical Operators 

a = True
b = False

x = 50
y= 100

# 'and' Operator
print('a and b is',a and b)
print(x==y and x < y)

# 'or' Operator
print('a or b is',a or b)
print(x==y or x < y)

# 'not' Operator 
print('not a is',not a)
print(not x==y)
print(not x < y)    
Output:
a and b is False
False
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a or b is True
True
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not a is False
True
False
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