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<= Less Than or Equals

Tag Link <= Less Than or Equals Category Symbol
Type Symbol Source Available No
Support Preferred Version 5.0
Change Unchanged Data Source Any
Output Type Boolean Security None
Implementation LCAPI Sets Lasso 8.5, Lasso 8.0, Lasso 7.0, Lasso 6.0, Lasso 5.0


<= checks that the left parameter is less than or equal to the right parameter. It compares either numbers or strings (which are checked alphabetically).

Note: If the parameter on the right hand side of the symbol is a negative literal it should be surrounded by parentheses. For example, (4 <= (-1)).


[If: Left_Parameter <= Right_Parameter]

If: Left_Parameter <= Right_Parameter;


Required Parameters
Left_Parameter The value to be compared.
Right_Parameter The value to be compared.


To return a result if one value is less than or equal to another:

Use the less than or equals symbol <= within an opening [If] tag. The following example checks if 100 is less than or equal to 100.5. The contents of the [If] ... [/If] tags is returned since the condition is True.

[If: 100 <= 100.5]
  The integer value is less than or equal to the decimal value.

The integer value is less than or equal to the decimal value.