‘!=’ Not Equality Operator

If the values of two operands are not equal, then the condition becomes true.

Suppose we have two numbers 6 and 4, both are not equal. So, condition will be True. And if we have two numbers 4 and 4, both are equal. So the condition becomes False.

For below mentioned program, the output will be True, as 13 is not equal to 8

            x = 13
y = 8
print(x!=y)
            

Similarly, code mentioned below will give output as False, as both x and y are equal to each another.

                x = 13
y = 13
print(x!=y)
                

What will be the output for below mentioned program

            a = 15
b = 4
print(a % b != 0)
            

Find the output :

            x = 6

y = 25

print(x!=y)
            
            x = 20

y = 20

print(x!=y)