Python For GCSE
Comparison Operators

In order to express the conditions needed in conditional statements, we need the following comparison operators.

==Equal to
!=Not equal to
<Less than
<=Less than or equal to
>Greater than
>=Greater than or equal to

We use two equals signs when comparing items. A single equals sign is used for assigning values. Forgetting to use two signs is a common mistake, as is getting the greater and less than signs mixed up.

When conditional expressions are evaluted by Python, they will give one of two results,