Comparing integers in Python is straightforward. You can use the standard comparison operators such as `<`

(less than), `>`

(greater than), `<=`

(less than or equal to), `>=`

(greater than or equal to), `==`

(equal to), and `!=`

(not equal to). Here’s an example:

```
x = 10
y = 5
if x < y:
print("x is less than y")
elif x > y:
print("x is greater than y")
else:
print("x is equal to y")
```

In this example, we compare the values of `x`

and `y`

using the comparison operators. If `x`

is less than `y`

, we print that “x is less than y”. If `x`

is greater than `y`

, we print that “x is greater than y”. Otherwise, if `x`

is equal to `y`

, we print that “x is equal to y”.

You can use these comparison operators to compare integers based on your specific requirements. Additionally, you can combine these comparisons using logical operators such as `and`

, `or`

, and `not`

to create more complex conditions for comparison.

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