>=Greater than or equal to
<=Less than or equal to
===which is that the "equal to" operator essentially only compares that two values are equivalent, while the "identical to" operator checks that the identity of the values is also the same. What this means is that the "identical to" operator also checks the type of the variable.
"1" == 1; // true. This is true because the values are equivalent when not considering the types
"1" === 1; //false. This is false, because even though the values are equivalent, they are different types (string vs number) so they are not identical