Python provides operators that can be used to check the relationship between values or values within variables also known as operands.
All relational operators, less than(<), less than or equal to(<=), greater than(>), greater than and equal to(>=) gives resultant value in boolean i.

In this article, we'll see a program or source to display multiplication table in Python programming language using loop and `range()` function.

In this article, we'll see how to generate random number in Python programming language.

In this article, we'll see different ways to check if a variable is an integer. Using `type()` function and `isinstance()` function.

The ternary operator is a shorter version of an if...else expression. It allows us to execute an expression if a condition is satisfied and another expression if the condition is not satisfied.

In this article, we'll see different ways to swap variables including shorter single line way. Swapping variable values also referred as swapping variables.

This article, guide you through the retrieval of Python version via command line.

In this article, we explain a way to find length of a string using built-in len() function, for e.g, length of "Earth is a beautiful planet in Solar System" is 43 (including space).

To display text on our screen, we will use built-in function print(). It will print back arguments provided in the function.
In this article we’ll how to write a program to displays â€œHello, World!

Python provides operators that can be used to compare values or values within variables. As as the name implies. Both `==` and `!=` are considered as Comparison operators.

Python supports different arithmetic operators that can be used to performs mathematical calculations on the values and variables.
The basic arithmetic operations include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division.
Arithmetic operations are performed according to the order or precedence of operators.