# Comparison Operators in R

The Comparison operators in R Programming are mostly used either in If Conditions or Loops. The R Relational operators are commonly used to check the relationship between two variables.

• If the relation is true, then it returns Boolean True
• If the relation is false, it returns Boolean False.

The table below shows all the Relational Operators in R Programming with examples.

## Comparison Operators in R Programming Example

This example helps you to understand the Comparison Operators in R Programming language practically. For this example, We are using two variables a and b and their respective values are 15 and 12. We are going to use these two variables to perform various relational operations present in R Programming

```# Example for Comparison Operators in R Programming
a <- 15
b <- 12

print(paste("Output of 15 > 12 is : ", a > b))
print(paste("Output of 15 < 12 is : ", a < b))
print(paste("Output of 15 >= 12 is : ", a >= b))
print(paste("Output of 15 <= 12 is : ", a <= b))
print(paste("Output of 15 Equal to 12 is : ", a == b))
print(paste("Output of 15 Not Equal to 12 is : ", a != b))```

We assigned two integer values a, b, and we assigned the values 15 and 12 using the below statement.

```a <- 15
b <- 12```

In the next lines, We checked these values against each comparison operator (relational operator) present in the R Programming language.

## R Comparison Operators in IF Statement

This example helps you to understand how to use Comparison operators inside the If statements. For this example, We are using two variables x and y, and their values are 25 and 25. We are going to use these two variables inside the If condition, along with one of the comparison operators present in R Programming to check the condition.

```# Example for Relational Operators in R Programming
x <- 25
y <- 25
if(x == y) {
print("x is Equal to y")
} else {
print("x is NOT Equal to y")
}```

In this R relational operators example, we assigned two integer values x, y, and assigned the values 25 and 25 using the below statement.

```x <- 25
y <- 25```

Within the If Condition

If x is equal to y, then the first print statement executed

`print("x is Equal to y")`

If the first condition fails, then the second print statement executed.

`print("x is NOT Equal to y")`

Here 25 is equal to 25, so the First print statement is printed.