>= // greater than or equal <= // less than or equal > // greater than < // less than == // equals === // strictly equals != // not equals !== // stricly not equals

The greater than or equal operator ( >= ) returns true if the left operand is greater than or equal to the right operand, and false otherwise.

x >= y

| <= | less than or equal to | x <= 8 | true |

//Equal to or more than a >= b //Equal to or less than a <= b

let a=12 if(a!=5){ console.log(true) } since a is not equal to 5, it will print true