Example Function compareLE 013




These examples use the compareLE function to compare two function object IDs and return the Boolean value, true, if the first object ID is lesser than or equal to the second object ID or false, if otherwise.



(compareLE add1 add1) Returns: true
(setq a sub1) Returns: sub1
(setq b add1) Returns: add1
(compareLE a b) Returns: false


Related Examples

Here are examples of the compareLE function at work.

BitVector compareLE 014 Boolean compareLE 009 Brick compareLE 019 Character compareLE 010
CpxVector compareLE 020 Date compareLE 012 Dictionary compareLE 004 Directory compareLE 005
FltVector compareLE 014 Function compareLE 013 IntVector compareLE 014 List compareLE 020
Matrix compareLE 007 NumMatrix compareLE 023 NumVector compareLE 014 Number compareLE 011
ObjVector compareLE 014 ObjectRepository compareLE 021 ObjectRepository compareLE 022 Pair compareLE 019
ShortVector compareLE 015 String compareLE 001 Structure compareLE 003 Symbol compareLE 002
Vector compareLE 006 Void compareLE 008


Function Links

Here is the link to the current function used in this example.


Here are a number of links to other related functions.

compare(Function) compareEQ(Function) compareNE(Function) compareGT(Function)
compareGE(Function) compareLT(Function)


Argument Types

Here are the links to the data types of the arguments used in this example.


Here are a number of links to examples having similar argument types.

Function addMethod 017 Function addMethod 018 Function compare 013 Function compareEQ 013
Function compareGE 013 Function compareGT 013 Function compareLE 013 Function compareLT 013
Function compareNE 013 Function comparison functions 012 Function isEqual 012 Function isIdentical 011
Function type 015 List quote 001 List quote 002 List quote 003

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