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In the context of logic, it can be read as ''is implied by''.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:30, 29 March 2020

Main article: Comparison function

Greater than or Equal to () is a comparison function which tests whether the left argument is tolerantly greater than or equal to the right argument, returning 1 if this is the case and 0 otherwise. It is the negation of Less than (<), and in fact was called Not less in APL\360.

Boolean function

Main article: Boolean function

When used as a Boolean function (that is, with argument consisting entirely of 0s and 1s), it represents converse implication:

0 1
0 1 0
1 1 1

In the context of logic, it can be read as is implied by.

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