The GREATER THAN (>) or MORE THAN (>) operator in English is used to check if a value is strictly greater than another. It returns true if the first value is larger than the second, and false if it is less than or equal to the second. This operator is widely used for numerical comparisons or to verify thresholds above a certain limit.
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➡️ The Example:
In this example, the condition will be true if the age is greater than 18, and false if the age is less than or equal to 18.
- 1 value 🟡 : age is the first value to compare.
- 1 operator 🟣 : > checks if the age is strictly greater than the second value.
- 1 value 🟡 : 18 is the reference value against which the age is compared.
Expected Result:
- If age > 18, the condition is true.
- If age <= 18, the condition is false.
💡 Comparison with other operators:
Unlike the GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO (>=) operator, which includes the limit value, GREATER THAN (>) only works for strictly greater comparisons, excluding equal values. This helps to check if a value strictly exceeds another.
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