Relations between two numeric expressions are determined using the following operators:
|>=||greater than or equal to|
|<=||less than or equal to|
You can test if two operands (primitive or objects) are equal using the following two operators:
|!=||not equal to|
For example, to test if the string message msg equals "Wake up!" you should write:
msg.equals( "Wake up!" )
a = 5 means assign value of 5 to the variable a, whereas
a == 5 is true if a equals 5 and false otherwise
The result of all comparison operations is of boolean type (true or false).
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