The Operator that is used to compare two values is called Relational operator. These operators always evaluate to true or false. These operators always produce a non-zero value and in many cases 1. There are six basic relational operators in BASIC , which are given here:

Operation | Symbol | Expression | Evaluation |

Equal to ( comparison) | = | a = c | true (non-zero) |

Less than | < | b < a | false (zero) |

Less than or Equal to | <= | a <= b | true (non-zero) |

Greater than or equal to | >= | b >= a | false (zero) |

Not equal to | <> | a <> b | true |

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