Comparison Operators in JavaScript

Comparison Operators in JavaScript are utilized to obtain certain conclusions or to perform certain business logic by discovering either some identity or difference between the powers of the variables. For any website you look to improve with JavaScript, these operators will be the common usually used ones. Now let’s have a look at the various such operators and examine the coding output of the same.

Comparison Operators in JavaScript:)

  • ‘=== ‘ operator
  • ‘ == ‘ operator
  • ‘ !=’ operator
  • ‘ !== ‘ operator
  • ‘>’ operator
  • ‘<‘ operator
  • ‘ >= ‘ operator
  • ‘ <= ‘ operator

So, now let’s take a look at the most commonly used Comparison Operators in JavaScript in examples.

‘=== ‘ operator:)

We saw equals to the operator and instantly we shall combine the ‘equals to and equals type’ operator, where the type can also be checked. Let’s see the example.

<p id="num"></p>
<script>
var x = 8;
document.getElementById("num").innerHTML = (x === 8);
</script>

‘ == ‘ operator

This operator is associated as “== equal to”, used to associate the value of a variable against the value of other variables or immediately some other value, this equality resolution also depends upon the nature of the variable i.e. whether its integer, float, etc.

<p id="num"></p>
<script>
var x = 8;
document.getElementById("num").innerHTML = (x == 8);
</script>

‘ !=’ operator

This operator is called the “not equals” operator, if two operands being evaluated are not equal then this gives value true.

<p id="num"></p>
<script>
var x = 8;
document.getElementById("num").innerHTML = (x != 8);
</script>

!== ‘ operator

This operator is used to indicate not equals and not type equals, i.e. the value, as well as type, makes the match, if any of the two positions are also not true then also this evaluates to true.

<p id="num"></p>
<script>
var x = 8;
document.getElementById("num").innerHTML = (x !== "8");
</script>

‘>’ operator

This operator used while performing business logic can be controlled whether any character made a value greater than other expressions, if so then the value would evaluate to true else false.’

<p id="num"></p>
<script>
var x = 8;
document.getElementById("num").innerHTML = (x > 8);
</script>

‘<‘ operator

This operator is used If in any business logic the expression provides the operand value at the left-hand side of less than the operator to be less than the value at the right-hand side then this logic returns a true result.

<p id="num"></p>
<script>
var x = 8;
document.getElementById("num").innerHTML = (x < 8);
</script>

‘ >= ‘ operator

This operator holds the end condition along with the greater than condition. Based on the expected business logic this condition can be incorporated.

<p id="num"></p>
<script>
var x = 8;
document.getElementById("num").innerHTML = (x >= 8);
</script>

‘ <= ‘ operator

<= Comparison Operators in javascript include the end condition with the less than condition. Based on the expected business logic this condition can be organized.

<p id="num"></p>
<script>
var x = 8;
document.getElementById("num").innerHTML = (x <= 8);
</script>

Conclusion

Hence, Comparison Operators in JavaScript. we saw several use situations where the comparisons have been drawn and a variety of outputs have been seen, some conditions are truthy and false based on the test operand data or the evaluation expression.

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