# relational operator

(redirected from Comparison operator)

## relational operator

[ri′lā·shən·əl ′äp·ə‚rād·ər]
(computer science)
An operator that indicates whether one quantity is equal to, greater than, or less than another.

## relational operator

A symbol that specifies a comparison between two values. See also ampersand codes.

```Relational Operator             Symbol

EQ   Equal to                   =

NE   Not equal to        <> or  #  or !=

GT   Greater than               >

GE   Greater than or equal to   >=

LT   Less than                  <

LE   Less than or equal to      <=
```
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