>= Reference

Compare numbers for greater than or equal to condition

>=

Description

Compares two values to see if one value is greater than or equal to a second. Outputs a 1 if the number is greater than or equal to the comparison-number or 0 if it is less.

Examples

Is greater than.... or equal to.... Is not greater than or equal to

Arguments

comparison-value [number]

Optional

Sets the initial value, to be compared with a number received in the left inlet. A float argument forces a float comparison.

Attributes

Common Box Attributes

Messages

bang

In left inlet: Performs the comparison with the numbers currently stored. If there is no argument, >= initially holds 0 for comparison.

int

Arguments

input [int]
In left inlet: If the number is greater than or equal to the number in the right inlet, >= outputs 1. Otherwise, >= outputs 0.

  (inlet1)

Arguments

comparison-value [int]
In right inlet: The number is stored to be compared with a number received in the left inlet.

float

Arguments

input [float]
Converted to int before comparison, unless >= has a float argument.

set

Arguments

set-input [int]
The word set followed by a number will set the input number to the object without causing output.

Output

int

1 if the number in the left inlet is greater than or equal to the number in the right inlet. 0 if the number in the left inlet is less than the number in the right inlet.

See Also

Name Description
!=
<
<=
==
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