# Relational Operators in Javascript

In this article, we will see about relational operators in javascript.

## What are Relational operators?

It is also known as Comparison operators. It is one of the types of operators in Javascript. They are used to compare relationships between two values; on the comparison, they yield the result as either true or false.

- < : Less than
- > : Greater than
- <= : Less than or equal to
- >= : Greater than to equal to
- == : Equal to
- != : Not equal to
- === : Strictly equal to
- !== : Strictly not equal to

## Example code

### Less than

```
document.write(5<8); // true
document.write(10<5); //false
```

### Greater than

```
document.write(5>8); // false
document.write(10>5); //true
```

### Less than or equal to

```
document.write(5<=6); // (5<6) or (5==6) - true
document.write(6<=6); // (6<6) or (6==6) - true
document.write(7<=6); // (7<6) or (7==6) - false
```

### Greater than to equal to

```
document.write(7>=6); // (7<6) or (7==6) - true
document.write(6>=6); // (6<6) or (6==6) - true
document.write(5>=6); // (5<6) or (5==6) - false
```

### Equal to

```
document.write(7==6); // false
document.write(6==6); // true
```

### Not Equal to

```
document.write(7!=6); // true
document.write(6!=6); // false
```

### Strictly equal to

```
document.write(10===7); // false
document.write(7===7); // true
```

### Strictly not equal to

```
document.write(10!==7); // true
document.write(7!==7); // false
```