‘>=’ Greater than or Equal to Operator

If the value of left operand is greater than or equal to the value of right operand, then condition becomes true.

Suppose, we have two numbers 12 and 8, if we will write 12>=8, then it will be a True statement. And if we will write 8>=12, it will be False,

But if we will write 8>=8, it will also be true, because left and right operand both are equal.

            print("Is 12>=8 ? ", 12>=8)

print("Is 8>=12 ? ", 8>=12)

print("Is 8>8 ? ", 8>8)

print("Is 8>=8 ? ", 8>=8)