A programmer uses an operator to compare two variable values within a program. The variable A is assigned a value of 5 and the valuable B is assigned a value of 7. Which condition test syntax would have provided the result of “true”?

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A programmer uses an operator to compare two variable values within a program. The variable A is assigned a value of 5 and the valuable B is assigned a value of 7. Which condition test syntax would have provided the result of “true”?

  • A >= B
  • A == B
  • A > B
  • A != B
    Answers Explanation & Hints:

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

    Because 5 is not equal to 7, the resulting output is “true”.

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