Used to compare expressions or values. The result of a comparison is either True (1) or False (0). Comparison operators are =, ,=,,=, and .
Used when you want something other than an exact match. ,,=,= or comparison operators.
An operator that tests a quantitative relationship between two or more values or expressions.
A character or symbol indicating a relationship between two or more values or expressions. These operators include less than (), less than or equal to (=), greater than (), greater than or equal to (=), not equal (), and equal (=). Is is also a comparison operator, but it is used exclusively for determining if one object reference is the same as another.
An operator that compares two expressions and returns a Boolean value. A criteria parameter that may be expressed as "" (greater than), "" (less than), "=" (equal), "=" (greater than or equal), "=" (less than or equal), "" (not equal), or "like" (pattern matching).
binary operator that compares its operands and evaluates to a boolean value.
An infix operator used in comparison expressions. Comparison operators are ¬ (not less than), = (less than or equal to), ¬= (not equal to), = (equal to), = (greater than or equal to), (greater than), and ¬ (not greater than).
A comparison operator in computer programming is a binary operator. The application of the operator usually returns a Boolean value indicating whether the comparison holds.