A programmer used an operator to compare values within a program and the resulting logical data type was “false”. Which test condition would have provided the result of “false”?

Last Updated on March 23, 2021 by Admin

A programmer used an operator to compare values within a program and the resulting logical data type was “false”. Which test condition would have provided the result of “false”?

  • 8 != 8
  • 4 >= 1
  • 6 <= 6
  • 3 == 3
    Explanation:

    == represents equal
    != represents not equal
    < represents less than
    > represents greater than
    <= represents less than or equal to
    >= represents greater than or equal to

    Because 8 is equal to 8, and the != operator is used, the resulting output is “false”.

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