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==Description==
 
==Description==
 
*This function is the test for strictly greater than for the given numbers.
 
*This function is the test for strictly greater than for the given numbers.
*In <math>GT(A,B)</math>,<math>A</math> and B are any two real numbers.
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*In <math>GT(A,B)</math>,<math>A</math> and <math>B</math> are any two real numbers.
 
*If A is strictly greater than to B then will return the result as TRUE.  
 
*If A is strictly greater than to B then will return the result as TRUE.  
 
*If A is equal to or less than to B then will return the result as FALSE.
 
*If A is equal to or less than to B then will return the result as FALSE.
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#GT("April","August") = false
 
#GT("April","August") = false
 
#GT("may","may") = false
 
#GT("may","may") = false
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#GT(2cm,200m) = false
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==Related Videos==
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 05:50, 30 March 2020

GT (A,B)


  • and are any two real numbers.

Description

  • This function is the test for strictly greater than for the given numbers.
  • In , and are any two real numbers.
  • If A is strictly greater than to B then will return the result as TRUE.
  • If A is equal to or less than to B then will return the result as FALSE.

Examples

  1. GT(12,8) = true
  2. GT(-65,-34) = false
  3. GT(123.34,132.43) = false
  4. GT(7/8,9/11) = true
  5. GT("April","August") = false
  6. GT("may","may") = false
  7. GT(2cm,200m) = false

Related Videos

Greater Than

See Also

References