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We often want to check if a value is above or below a certain amount. We check the relation of one value to another.

These kinds of conditions are known as relational operators. Languages typically use symbols from mathematics:

• For less than: `<`
• For less than or equal to: `<=`
• For greater than: `>`
• For greater than or equal to: `>=`

For example, if you go to the doctor and the nurse takes your temperature:

``````Take patient's temperature
If (body temperature is > 99) {
}
Send in doctor``````

We can use relational operators to check whether values are higher or lower than each other. With Codey, we will compare their horizontal and vertical positions.

### Instructions

Codey is blocked by some hedges again. Can you write a program that lets Codey know when to turn up towards the goal?

Hint
Use the Codey's x position condition to move Codey to the right until Codey aligns with the flag, then move up.
Solution
``````While program is running
If Codey's x position is < 8
Move right
Else
Move up``````