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Microsoft® JScript
Comparison Operators
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Description
Used to compare expressions.

Syntax

result = expression1 comparisonoperator expression2

Comparison operators have these parts:

PartDescription
resultAny variable.
expressionAny expression.

comparisonoperatorAny comparison operator.

expression2Any expression.

Remarks

The following table contains a list of the comparison operators and the conditions that determine whether result is True, False, or Null:

OperatorDescription True if False if
< Less than expression1 < expression2 expression1 >= expression2
<= Less than or equal to expression1 <= expression2 expression1 > expression2
> Greater than expression1 > expression2 expression1 <= expression2
>= Greater than or equal to expression1 >= expression2 expression1 < expression2
== Equal to expression1 == expression2 expression1 != expression2
!= Not equal to expression1 != expression2 expression1 == expression2

When comparing two expressions, you may not be able to easily determine whether the expressions are being compared as numbers or as strings. The following table shows how expressions are compared or what results from the comparison, depending on the underlying subtype:

 objasnsnumboolundefnull
objFFFFFFF
asFSSEEEF
nsFSSNNEF
numFENNNET
boolFENNNET
undefFEEEEET
nullFFFTTTT

obj = Object, as = Alphanumeric String, ns = Numeric String, num = Number, bool = Boolean, undef = Undefined, null = Null value.
F = false, T = true, S = string, N = numeric, E = error.


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