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# Relational Operators in C

These operators are used to perform comparison between values in a program. Various relational operators in C language are as follows:

## 1. < [Less Than]

Less Than operator is represented as (<) sign. It is used to check whether one value is smaller than another value or not.

10 < 3 = 0
3 <10= 1

## 2. <= [Less Than Equal To]

Less Than Equal To operator is represented as (<=) sign. It is used to check whether one value is smaller than or equal to another value or not.

10 <= 3  = 0
3 <= 10 = 1
3 <= 3   = 1

## 3. > [Greater Than]

Greater Than operator is represented as (>) sign. It is used to check whether one value is larger than another value or not.

10 > 3 = 1
3> 10 = 0

## 4. >= [Greater Than Equal To]

Greater Than Equal To operator is represented as (>=) sign. It is used to check whether one value is larger than or equal to another value or not.

10 >= 3 = 1
3 >= 10 = 0
3 >= 3   = 1

## 5. Equality comparison(= =)

This operator is represented as double equal to (= =) sign. It is used to check whether one value is equal to another value or not.

10 = = 3 = 0
10 = = 10 = 1

## 6. Not Equal To(!=)

This operator is represented as sign of exclamation followed by an equal to sign (!=). It is used to check whether one value is not equal to another value.

### Example

10 ! = 3 != 1
10 ! = 10 != 0

 Program to demonstrate relational operators. Output (Line Wise) #include #include int  main() { int a=10,b=3; printf(“%d”,(a>b)); 1 printf(“%d”,(a>=b)); 1 printf(“%d”,(a

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