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Relational Operators with Examples in C#

In this tutorial, we’ll learn relational operators in C#.

In c#, Relational Operators are useful to check the relation between two operands like we can determine whether two operand values equal or not, etc., based on our requirements.

Generally, the c# relational operators will return true only when the defined operands relationship becomes true. Otherwise, it will return false.

For example, we have integer variables a = 10b = 20. If we apply a relational operator >= (a >= b), we will get the result false because the variable “a” contains a value that is less than variable b.

The following table lists the different types of operators available in c# relational operators.

OperatorNameDescriptionExample (a = 6, b = 3)
==Equal toIt compares two operands, and it returns true if both are the same.a == b (false)
>Greater thanIt compares whether the left operand greater than the right operand or not and returns true if it is satisfied.a > b (true)
<Less thanIt compares whether the left operand less than the right operand or not and returns true if it is satisfied.a < b (false)
>=Greater than or Equal toIt compares whether the left operand greater than or equal to the right operand or not and returns true if it is satisfied.a >= b (true)
<=Less than or Equal toIt compares whether the left operand less than or equal to the right operand or not and returns true if it is satisfied.a <= b (false)
!=Not Equal toIt checks whether two operand values equal or not and return true if values are not equal.a != b (true)

C# Relational Operators Example

Following is the example of using the Relational Operators in c# programming language.

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