Wanna know “What is a comparison operator in python” basically comparison operators are used to compare or analysing two values even if they have the same values.

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Here are some possible comparison operators that can be used in Python:

- Equality (==)
- Non Equality (!=)
- Greater than (>)
- Less than (<)
- Greater than or equal to (>=)
- Less than or equal to (<=)

### Equality in Python:

To prove one element to another we use a double equal(==) sign.

```
x=5
y=5
if x == y:
print("x is equal to y")
```

If x and y are not equal so the output will be False.

### Non Equality in Python:

For non-equality, we use the (!=) operator.

```
x=5
y=6
if x != y:
print("x is not equal to y")
```

### Greater Operator in Python:

in Python, this (<) is used as a greater operator.

```
x=10
y=5
if x > y:
print("x is greater then y")
```

### Less than Operator in Python:

In Python, we use this (<) as a less-than operator.

```
x=5
y=10
if x < y:
print("x is less than y")
```

### Greater than or equal to:

To determine whether a value is greater than or equal to another we use this (>=) operator in python.

```
x=15
y=9
if x >= y:
print("x is greater than or equal to y")
```

### Less than or equal to:

For less than or equal to we use (<=) operator.

```
x=20
y=20
if x <= y:
print("x is less than or equal to y")
```

Here are all about python comparison operators. in this tutorial, we learn how to use these operators in python.

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