**H (Hybrid) Language** - Version 0.02, by Dr. Herong Yang

"real" "equal-to" Operation

This section describes 'real' 'equal-to' operation

The "real" "equal-to" operation is provided through the real.equalTo() function, which has the following syntax:

real.equalTo(a, b) Parameters: a - The first "real" data object b - The second "real" data object Return: Returns a new "boolean" data object representing $true, if "a" is equal to "b".

The "real" "equal-to" operation can be expressed in the "~" operator format:

a ~ b; # alias of the following function call real.equalTo(a, b);

Design options:

1. Use "~" as the "equal-to" operator.

2. Use "=" as the "equal-to" operator.

3. Use "==" as the "equal-to" operator.

4. Use "eq" as the "equal-to" operator.

*Last update: 2017.*

Table of Contents

"real" "subtraction" Operation

"real" "multiplication" Operation

"real" "exponentiation" Operation

"real" "greater-than" Operation

"real" "not-equal-to" Operation

"real" "greater-than-or-equal-to" Operation

"real" "less-than-or-equal-to" Operation

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