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Comparison operators

What’s the difference between comparison operators and a Boolean

4/11/2018 3:44:34 PM


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boolean is just True or False. With comparison operators you compare two variables which result is boolean. For example var a = 3; var b = 4; b > a will return true b == a will return false b < a will return false b != a will return true


Boolean only has 2 values: true or false. comparison operators are those like equal to(=), greater than(>), less than(<), less than or equal to(<=) and greater than or equal to(>=). sorry if this doesn't help because it's only a definition. also pls add if i forgot any comparison operators.