Alias

Booleans

Classes

Code block

Conditions

Console

Constructor

Equality operator

False

Float

For loop

Formatted strings

Functions

Greater than operator

Greater than or equal to operator

If statement

Index

Inequality operator

Integer

Less than operator

Less than or equal to operator

Lists

Methods

Paramater

Parameter

Return

Snake case

String

The not operator

True

Variables

While loop

append()

insert()

pop()

Booleans

Classes

Code block

Conditions

Console

Constructor

Equality operator

False

Float

For loop

Formatted strings

Functions

Greater than operator

Greater than or equal to operator

If statement

Index

Inequality operator

Integer

Less than operator

Less than or equal to operator

Lists

Methods

Paramater

Parameter

Return

Snake case

String

The not operator

True

Variables

While loop

append()

insert()

pop()

To check if a number is less than another number, we use the **less-than operator**, `<`

.

1 < 90

If the number on the left is less than the number on the right, like in `1 < 235`

, the result is `True`

.

print(1 < 235)

If the number on the left isn't less than the number on the right, like in `235 < 1`

, the result is `False`

.

print(235 < 1)