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JavaScript Comparison Operators tutorials

  • Comparison Operator are used to determine whether two values are equal, or to compare numerical values to determine which value is greater than the other.

  • The comparison operators supported by JavaScript are listed in the following tables, Where Given that x=10,






Equal, returns true if both the operands are equal

X==12 return false(x=10 given that above)

X==10 return true.


Strictly equal

X==="10" return false,

X===10 return true.


Not equal, Returns true if operands are not equal.

X!=12 return true



Strictly not equal

X!=="12" return true

X!==10 return false

Less than, Returns true if left operand is less than right operand.

X<9 return false


Less than or equal to, Return true if left operand is Less than or equal to right operand.

X<=12 return true

Greater than, Returns true if left operands is greater than right operand.

x>12 return false


Greater than or equal to, Return true if left operand is greater than or equal to right operand.

x>=9 return true


  • The main difference between "equal to (==)" and "strictly equal to (===)" is that the ,equality comparison takes place after type conversion for "equal to (==)" and before type conversion for "strictly equal to (===)".


Example: JavaScript Example shows the use of comparison operator.

Value of a=10, b=20


(a<b)= true

(a>b)= false

(a!=b)= true

(a>=b)= false



  • From the above example, we have created two variables a and b, variable a contain the value of 10, and variable b contain the value of 20.the examples are performing the assignment operator . it will produce the output which is shown in the output.

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