This would produce the following result:
p == q = false
p != q = true
p > q = false
p < q = true
q >= p = true
q <= p = false
These relational operators are used in Decision making and Branching to decide the execu-
tion control in a program.
There are three logical operators in Java. These operators are logical AND, logical OR and
logical NOT. The logical operators logical AND ,logical OR are used when there is a need
to form a compound condition with a combination of two or more relational expressions.
Meaning and Description
This operator is known as Logical AND operator. When
both operand are true or non-zero, then the condition is
true otherwise false
This operator is known as Logical OR operator. When at
least one operand is true or non-zero, then the condition
is true otherwise false
This operator is known as Logical NOT operator and
Used to reverse the logical state of any operand. If a con-
dition is false then this operator will make it true and if
true then it will make false.