# Relational Operators Section

## Relational Operator Section

Relational operator nodes exist for three types of variables node:
1. 1.
Integer relational operators
2. 2.
Double relational operators
3. 3.
Duration relational operators.

## Integer Relational Operator Sub-Section

In this sub-section all the nodes that help you apply relational comparison between the integer number are present.

### Int | Greater than

There are two input nodes in this section.
if A [first number] > B [second number] this node returns true.
And if A [first number] < B [second number] this node returns false.

#### Components of Greater than

 A This input node point is used to provide the first number [A]. B This input node is used to provide the second number [B]. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox is used to generate the run trigger in the node. A > B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

### Int | Greater than or Equal To

This node is used to apply greater than or equal to relational operation between two integer numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] >= B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
For example, if A = 20 and B = 20 then it returns true.

#### Components of Greater than or Equal To

 A This input node point is used to provide the first number [A]. B This input node is used to provide the second number [B]. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node. A >= B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

### Int | Less than

This node is used to apply Less than relational operation between two integer numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] < B [second number] this node return true, else it returns false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 20 then it return true.

#### Components of Less Than

 A This input node point help to provide the first number [A]. B This input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox is used to generate run trigger in the node. A < B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

### Int | Less than or Equal To

This node helps you to apply Less than equal to relational operation between two integers-[A & B].
if A [first number] <= B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 25 then it return true.

#### Components of Less than or Equal To

 A This input node point is used to provide the first number [A]. B This input node helps to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node. A <= B This output node point provides the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

### Int | Is Equal To

This node is used to apply Is equal to relational operation between two integer numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] == B [second number] this node return true, else it will return false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 10 then it returns true.

#### Components of Blup

 A This input node point is used to provide the first number [A]. B This input node helps to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate a run trigger in the node. A == B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

### Int | Not Equal To

This node is used to apply Not equal to relational operation between two integer numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] != B [second number] this node returns true, else it will return false.
For example if A = 20 and B = 10 then it returns true. [because numbers are not Equal ]

#### Components of Not Equal To

 A This input node point helps to provide the first number [A]. B This input node helps to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate a run trigger in the node. A != B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

## Double Relational Operator Sub-Section

### Double | Greater than

There are two input nodes in this section.
if A [first decimal number] > B [second decimal number] this node returns true.
And if A [first decimal number] < B [second decimal number] this node returns false.

#### Components of Greater than

 A This input node point is used to provide the first decimal number [A]. B This input node is used to provide the second decimal number [B]. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox is used to generate the run trigger in the node. A > B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two decimal numbers in Boolean.

### Double | Greater than or Equal To

This node is used to apply greater than or equal to relational operation between two decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first decimal number] >= B [second decimal number] this node return true, else it return false.
For example, if A = 20 and B = 20 then it returns true.

#### Components of Greater than or Equal To

 A This input node point is used to provide the first decimal number [A]. B This input node is used to provide the second decimal number [B]. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node. A >= B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two decimal numbers in Boolean.

### Double | Less than

This node is used to apply Less than relational operation between two decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first decimal number] < B [second decimal number] this node return true, else it returns false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 20 then it return true.

#### Components of Less Than

 A This input node point helps to provide the first decimal number [A]. B This input node helps you to provide the second decimal number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox is used to generate run trigger in the node. A < B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two decimal numbers in Boolean.

### Double | Less than or Equal To

This node helps you to apply Less than or equal to relational operation between two integers-[A & B].
if A [first decimal number] <= B [second decimal number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 25 then it return true.

#### Components of Less than or Equal To

 A This input node point is used to provide the first decimal number [A]. B This input node helps to provide the second decimal number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node. A <= B This output node point provides the result of the relational comparison between two decimal numbers in Boolean.

### Double | Is Equal To

This node is used to apply Is equal to relational operation between two decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first decimal number] == B [second decimal number] this node return true, else it will return false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 10 then it returns true.

#### Components of Is Equal To

 A This input node point is used to provide the first decimal number [A]. B This input node helps to provide the second decimal number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate a run trigger in the node. A == B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two decimal numbers in Boolean.

### Double| Not Equal To

This node is used to apply Not equal to relational operation between two decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first decimal number] != B [second decimal number] this node returns true, else it will return false.
For example if A = 20 and B = 10 then it returns true. [because the numbers are not Equal ]

#### Components of Not Equal To

 A This input node point helps to provide the first decimal number [A]. B This input node helps to provide the second decimal number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate a run trigger in the node. A != B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two decimal numbers in Boolean.

## Duration Relational Operator Sub-Section

### Duration| Greater than

There are two input nodes in this section.
if A [first duration] > B [second duration] this node returns true.
And if A [first duration] < B [second duration] this node returns false.

#### Components of Greater than

 A This input node point is used to provide the first duration[A]. B This input node is used to provide the second duration[B]. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox is used to generate the run trigger in the node. A > B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two durations in Boolean.

### Duration| Greater than or Equal To

This node is used to apply greater than or equal to relational operation between two durations [A & B].
if A [first duration] >= B [second duration] this node return true, else it return false.
For example, if A = 20 and B = 20 then it returns true.

#### Components of Greater than or Equal To

 A This input node point is used to provide the first duration[A]. B This input node is used to provide the second duration[B]. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node. A >= B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two durations in Boolean.

### Duration| Less than

This node is used to apply Less than relational operation between two integer durations[A & B].
if A [first durations] < B [second durations] this node returns true, else it returns false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 20 then it return true.

#### Components of Less Than

 A This input node point help to provide the first duration[A]. B this input node helps you to provide the second duration[B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox is used to generate run trigger in the node. A < B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two durations in Boolean.

### Duration | Less than or Equal To

This node helps you to apply Less than equal to relational operation between two durations-[A & B].
if A [first duration] <= B [second duration] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 25 then it return true.

#### Components of Less than or Equal To

 A This input node point is used to provide the first duration[A]. B This input node helps to provide the second duration[B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node. A <= B This output node point provides the result of the relational comparison between two durations in Boolean.

### Duration| Is Equal To

This node is used to apply Is equal to relational operation between two integer durations [A & B].
if A [first duration] == B [second duration] this node returns true, else it will return false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 10 then it returns true.

#### Components of Blup

 A This input node point is used to provide the first duration [A]. B This input node helps to provide the second duration [B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate a run trigger in the node. A == B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two durations in Boolean.

### Duration | Not Equal To

This node is used to apply Not equal to relational operation between two integer durations [A & B].
if A [first duration] != B [second duration] this node returns true, else it will return false.
For example if A = 20 and B = 10 then it returns true. [because numbers are not Equal ]

#### Components of Not Equal To

 A This input node point helps to provide the first duration[A]. B This input node helps to provide the second duration[B] against which you want to apply relational operators. Use run trigger Checkbox This checkbox helps to generate a run trigger in the node. A != B This output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two duration in Boolean.