### Program to use Equal ( == ) Comparison Operators JavaScript Language

```
let a = 10;
let b = 10;
console.log(a == b);
```

```
```

```
```

### Output

```
true
```

### Steps Description

- Declare two variables
`a`

and`b`

- Initialize both variables with value of 10 and 10 respectively
`a=10, b=10`

- Equal
`==`

comparison operator checks the condition that both`a`

and`b`

have the same value - The values of
`a`

and`b`

variables are displayed with the help of console.log inbuilt function

### Program to use strict equality ( === ) Comparison Operators JavaScript Language

```
let c = 10;
let d = 10;
console.log(c === d);
```

```
```

```
```

### Output

```
true
```

### Steps Description

- Declare two variables
`c`

and`d`

- Initialize both variables with value of 10 and 10 respectively
`c=10, d=10`

- Equality
`===`

comparison operator checks the condition that both`c`

and`d`

have the same value and data type - The values of
`c`

and`d`

variables are displayed with the help of console.log inbuilt function

### Program to use not equal ( != ) Comparison Operators JavaScript Language

```
let e = 10;
let f = '5';
console.log(e != f);
```

```
```

```
```

### Output

```
true
```

### Steps Description

- Declare two variables
`e`

and`f`

- Initialize both variables with value of 10 and '5' respectively
`e=10, f='5'`

- Not equal
`!=`

comparison operator checks for the condition that both`e`

and`f`

values are not equal - The values of
`e`

and`f`

variables are displayed with the help of console.log inbuilt function

### Program to use Strict inequality ( !== ) Comparison Operators JavaScript Language

```
let g = '5';
let h = 5;
console.log(g !== h);
```

```
```

```
```

### Output

```
true
```

### Steps Description

- Declare two variables
`g`

and`h`

- Initialize both variables with value of '5' and 5 respectively
`g='5', h=5`

- strict inequality
`!==`

comparison operator conditions that both the value and the data type of`g`

and`h`

are not the same - The values of
`g`

and`h`

variables are displayed with the help of console.log inbuilt function

### Program to use Greater than ( > ) Comparison Operators JavaScript Language

```
let i = 10;
let j = 5;
console.log(i > j);
```

```
```

```
```

### Output

```
true
```

### Steps Description

- Declare two variables
`i`

and`j`

- Initialize both variables with value of 10 and 5 respectively
`i=10, j=5`

- Greater than
`>`

comparison operator checks whether the value of`i`

is greater than that of`j`

- The values of
`i`

and`j`

variables are displayed with the help of console.log inbuilt function

### Program to use Less than ( < ) Comparison Operators JavaScript Language

```
let k = 10;
let l = 5;
console.log(k < l);
```

```
```

```
```

### Output

```
false
```

### Steps Description

- Declare two variables
`k`

and`l`

- Initialize both variables with value of 10 and 5 respectively
`k=10, l=5`

- Less-than
`<`

comparison operator checks whether the value of`k`

is less than`l`

- The values of
`k`

and`l`

variables are displayed with the help of console.log inbuilt function

### Program to use Greater than or equal to ( >= ) Comparison Operators JavaScript Language

```
let m = 10;
let n = 10;
console.log(m >= n);
console.log(5 >= 10);
```

```
```

```
```

### Output

```
true
false
```

### Steps Description

- Declare two variables
`m`

and`n`

- Initialize both variables with value of 10 and 10 respectively
`m=10, n=10`

- Greater than-or-equal
`>=`

comparison operator checks the condition that the value of`m`

is greater than and equal to`n`

- The values of
`m`

and`n`

variables are displayed with the help of console.log inbuilt function

### Program to use Less than or equal to ( <= ) Comparison Operators JavaScript Language

```
let s = 10;
let t = 5;
console.log(s <= t);
```

```
```

```
```

### Output

```
false
```

### Steps Description

- Declare two variables
`s`

and`t`

- Initialize both variables with value of 10 and 5 respectively
`s=10, t=5`

- Less than or equal to
`<=`

comparison operators check the condition that the value of`s`

is less than and equal to`t`

- The values of
`s`

and`t`

variables are displayed with the help of console.log inbuilt function