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− | *<math> | + | *<math>a</math> and <math>b</math> are any two real numbers. |

==Description== | ==Description== | ||

*This function is the test for strictly less than for the given numbers. | *This function is the test for strictly less than for the given numbers. | ||

− | *In <math>UNITLT( | + | *In <math>UNITLT(a,b)</math>,<math>a</math> and <math>b</math> are any two real numbers. |

− | *If | + | *If a is strictly less than b then will return the result as TRUE. |

− | *If | + | *If a is equal to or not strictly less than b then will return the result as FALSE. |

==Examples== | ==Examples== |

## Revision as of 17:17, 26 June 2018

**UNITLT (a,b)**

- and are any two real numbers.

## Description

- This function is the test for strictly less than for the given numbers.
- In , and are any two real numbers.
- If a is strictly less than b then will return the result as TRUE.
- If a is equal to or not strictly less than b then will return the result as FALSE.

## Examples

- UNITLT(2,12) = true
- UNITLT(222,48) = false
- UNITLT(-90,-49) = true
- UNITLT(1.25,1.25) = false

## See Also

## References