Python Comparison Operators compare two values and gives a single Boolean value as a result. For example, suppose we wish to check whether two variables a and b are equal. We will use the equal operator represented by ‘==’.

a=10 b=20 a==b will gives False since 10 is not equal to 20 Similarly, if a=10 and b=10, then a==b will return True.

Here is a list of python comparison operators with their symbols:

> greater than >= greater than or equal to < less than <= less than or equal to == equal != not equal

### How to use Comparison Operators in Python: Examples

Write a Python if statement to check whether a given variable is equal to zero or not

n=0 if n==0: print('Number is Zero') else: print('Not Zero'); The output will be: Number is Zero Since if-else statement will evaluate the given condition n==0 and will get a result True. Therefore, it executes if-block and prints 'Number is Zero' on the screen.

Python Script To Check Which of the Two Numbers is greater than the other:

n1=100 n2=200 if n1>n2: print('First number is greater than second') elif n2>n1: print('Second number is greater than first') else: print('Both numbers are equal') The output will be: Second number is greater than first