Greater than or equal

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The greater than or equal bigramm >= (consisting of >, the greater than symbol, followed by =, the equal symbol) is used to compare two values in order to determine whether the value on the left side of the symbol is larger than or equal to that of the value to the right side of the symbol, and returns the boolean value of true or false as a result.

The binary operator evaluates to true, if the left value is greater than or equal to the right value.

In ASCII, the character code decimal 62 (or hexadecimal 3E) is defined to be > (Greater than), and the character code decimal 61 (or hexadecimal 3D) is defined to be = (equals sign).


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single characters

+ (plus)  •  - (minus)  •  * (asterisk)  •  / (slash)
= (equal)  •  > (greater than)  •  < (less than)
. (period)  •  : (colon)  •  ; (semi colon)
^ (hat)  •  @ (at)
$ (dollar sign)  •  & (ampersand)  •  # (hash)
' (single quote)

character pairs

<> (not equal)  •  <= (less than or equal)  •  := (becomes)  •  >< (symmetric difference)  •  // (double slash)