Compare == != < > <= >= and or not

== Equal If first value equal to second value then condition is true
!= Not Equal If first value is NOT equal to second value then condition is true
< Less Than If first value is less than second value then condition is true
<= Less Than or Equal If first value is less than or equal to second value then condition is true
> Greater Than If first value is greater than second value then condition is true
>= Greater Than or Equal If first value is greater than or equal to second value then condition is true
and If first value is true AND second value is true then the condition is true
or If first value is true OR second value is true then the condition is true
not If value is not true then the condition is true

The Compare Operators are used in the if, elif and the while condition statements.

Examples

if 1 == 2:
   print 'a) you will NEVER see this message'

if 1 != 2 :
   print 'b) you will ALWAYS see this message'

if 1 <= 1 : 
   print 'c) you will see this'

if (1+2) < (3*(4+5)) and 3 < 23*7:
   print 'd) you will see this'

a = 1
b = 1
c = 1
d = 0
if (a and b) or (c and d):
   print 'e) you will see this'

d = 0
if not d:
   print 'f) you will see this'