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Latest revision as of 14:25, 14 July 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
When the arguments to Greater than or Equal to are Boolean, it is the converse implication Boolean function:
≥
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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