## Check if two numbers are equal in Kotlin

In Kotlin, you can check if given two numbers are equal using Equal-to Operator.

For example, if `a`

and `b`

are the given two numbers, then the expression to check if these two numbers are equal is

`a == b`

We can use this as a condition in if-else statement.

## Examples

### Check if 20 and 20 are equal numbers

In the following example, we take two numbers in `a`

and `b`

, say 20 and 20 respectively, and programmatically check if these two numbers are equal.

**Kotlin** Program

```
fun main() {
val a = 20
val b = 20
if (a == b) {
println("$a and $b are equal numbers.")
} else {
println("$a and $b are not equal numbers.")
}
}
```

**Output**

`20 and 20 are equal numbers.`

### Check if 35 and 84 are equal numbers

In the following example, we take two numbers in `a`

and `b`

, say 35 and 84 respectively, and programmatically check if these two numbers are equal.

**Kotlin** Program

```
fun main() {
val a = 35
val b = 84
if (a == b) {
println("$a and $b are equal numbers.")
} else {
println("$a and $b are not equal numbers.")
}
}
```

**Output**

`35 and 84 are not equal numbers.`