## Check if Two Numbers are Equal

To check if two numbers are equal, use Relational Equal to Operator.

The syntax to pass the two numbers as operands to the equal to operator is

`number_1 == number_2`

The expression returns `true`

if `number_1`

is equal to `number_2`

, else the expression returns `false`

.

## Swift Example

In this example, we will take two numbers in `number_1`

and `number_2`

and use **equal to** `==`

operator to check if these two numbers are equal.

**main.swift**

```
import Foundation
var number_1 = 4
var number_2 = 4
if (number_1 == number_2) {
print("number_1 and number_2 are equal.")
} else {
print("number_1 and number_2 are not equal.")
}
```

**Program Output**

`number_1 and number_2 are equal.`

## Summary

Summarising this tutorial, we have learnt how to check if two numbers are equal or not using relational operator – equal to.