## Comparisons

Comparisons are used to compare two values. To test if they are equal to each other, or if one is more than the other. The result of a comparison is either true or false.

 == • Two values are equal to each other. A true or false value is returned.

var A=3,B=3;
var C=A==B;
var Text1="Hello",Text2="Hello";
var Result=Text1==Text2;

 === • Two values are equal to each other and their types are the same. A true or false value is returned.

var A=3,B=3;
var C=A===B;

 != • Two values are not equal to each other. A true or false value is returned.

var A=4,B=3;
var C=A!=B;

 !== • Two values are not equal to each other or their types are not the same. A true or false value is returned.

var A=4,B=3;
var C=A!==B;

 > • A value is greater than another. A true or false value is returned.

var A=4,B=3;
var C=A>B;

 < • A value is less than another. A true or false value is returned.

var A=3,B=4;
var C=A<B;

 >= • A value is greater than or equal to another. A true or false value is returned.

var A=4,B=4;
var C=A>=B;

 <= • A value is less than or equal to another. A true or false value is returned.

var A=4,B=4;
var C=A<=B;