In this example we reviewed six comparison operator <, <=,>,> =, == And ! =. Comparison operators always produce a boolean result value (true or false). Java has several comparison operator, which can be used for the comparison of any combination of integers, with float or symbols.
Greater than or equal
Less than or equal
In this sample Comparison Operators Example, first created two variables a and b and their appropriated values 100 and 50 . The next line printed on the console rules by the method println () to System.out, the result of the comparison of the two variables a and b by the operator > . The returned result is true, because a has a larger value of b. On the next 50 order prints the returned result from the use of the remaining 50 comparison operator with variables a and b.
Here’s a sample program that demonstrates the use of operators for comparison in Java:
public class ComparisonOperators
public static void main(String args)
int a = 100, b = 50;
System.out.println(“a > b : ” + (a > b)); // true
System.out.println(“a < b : ” + (a < b)); // false
System.out.println(“a >= b : ” + (a >= b)); // true
System.out.println(“a <= b : ” + (a <= b)); // false
System.out.println(“a == b : ” + (a == b)); // false
System.out.println(“a != b : ” + (a != b)); // true