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Python program for relational operators

By Kunal bhati

A relational operator is a programming language construct or operator that tests or defines some kind of relation between two entities. in python, there are 6 relational operators

In python language, relational operators compare two numbers and return a boolean value.

there are six relational operators

The relational operators are < , > , <= , >= , == , and != . True if x is less than y, otherwise false.

INPUT- 

#demonstrate the use of relational operators

print("KUNAL BHATI")

x=40

y=34

print(str(x) + "<" +str(y) +" = "+ str(x<y))

print(str(x) + ">" +str(y) +" = "+ str(x>y))

print(str(x) + "==" +str(y) +" = "+ str(x==y))

print(str(x) + "!=" +str(y) +" = "+ str(x!=y))

print(str(x) + "<=" +str(y) +" = "+ str(x<=y))

print(str(x) + ">=" +str(y) +" = "+ str(x>=y))

 

OUTPUT- 

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