Relational Operators Section

# Relational Operator Section

In this section all the nodes that help you to find the relational comparison between numbers number or duration are present. For example - greater than, less than, less than equal to.
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.
Note – Nodes in this section help you to apply relational comparison to only integer numbers if you want to apply it for decimal point numbers or duration then you can use other sections made for them.

## Int | Greater than

this node helps you to apply greater than relational operation between two integer numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] > B [second number] this node return true.
And if A [first number] < B [second number] this node return false.
Example if A = 20 and B = 10 then it return true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A > B - this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

## Int | Greater than Equal To

this node helps you to apply greater than 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.
Example if A = 20 and B = 20 then it return true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
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 helps you 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 Blup

1. 1.
A – this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A < B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

## Int | Less than Equal To

this node helps you to apply Less than 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.
Example if A = 10 and B = 25 then it return true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A <= B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

## Int | Is Equal To

this node helps you 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 return false.
Example if A = 10 and B = 10 then it return true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
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 helps you to apply Not 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.
Example if A = 20 and B = 10 then it return true. [because numbers are not Equal ]

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
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

this node helps you to apply greater than relational operation between two double numbers or decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] > B [second number] this node return true.
And if A [first number] < B [second number] this node return false.
Example if A = 20.20 and B = 10.36 then it return true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A > B - this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

## Double | Greater than Equal To

this node helps you to apply greater than equal to relational operation between two double numbers or decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] >= B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 20.45 and B = 20.12 then it return true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A >= B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

## Double | Less than

this node helps you to apply Less than relational operation between two double numbers or decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] < B [second number] this node return true, else it returns false.
Example if A = 10.96 and B = 20.85 then it returns true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A – this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A < B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

## Double | Less than Equal To

this node helps you to apply Less than equal to relational operation between two double numbers or decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] <= B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 10.26 and B = 25.96 then it return true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A <= B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

## Double | Is Equal To

this node helps you to apply Is equal to relational operation between two double numbers or decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] == B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 10.20 and B = 10.20 then it return true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A == B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

## Double | Not Equal To

this node helps you to apply Not equal to relational operation between two double numbers or decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] != B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 20.56 and B = 20.32 then it returns true. [because numbers are not Equal ].

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A != B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two numbers in Boolean.

# Duration Relational Operator Sub-Section

## Duration | Greater than

this node helps you to apply greater than relational operation between two Durations [A & B].
if A [first number] > B [second number] this node return true.
And if A [first number] < B [second number] this node return false.
Example if A = 20 hrs and 10 min and B = 10 hrs and 26 min then it return true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A > B - this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two durations in Boolean.

## Duration | Greater than Equal To

this node helps you to apply greater than equal to relational operation between Durations [A & B].
if A [first number] >= B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 20hrs and 45 min and B = 20 hrs and 12min then it returns true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
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 helps you to apply Less than relational operation between two Durations [A & B].
if A [first number] < B [second number] this node return true, else it returns false.
Example if A = 10 hrs and 96min and B = 20 hrs and 85 min then it returns true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A – this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A < B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two durations in Boolean.

## Duration | Less than Equal To

this node helps you to apply Less than equal to relational operation between two Durations [A & B].
if A [first number] <= B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 10 hrs and 26 min and B = 25 hrs and 96 min then it returns true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A <= B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two durations in Boolean.

## Duration | Is Equal To

this node helps you to apply Is equal to relational operation between two Durations [A & B].
if A [first number] == B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 10 hrs and 20 and B = 10 hrs and 20 min then it returns true.

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
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 helps you to apply Not equal to relational operation between two double numbers or decimal numbers [A & B].
if A [first number] != B [second number] this node return true, else it return false.
Example if A = 20 hrs and 56 min and B = 20 hrs and 32 min then it returns true. [because numbers are not Equal].

### Components of Blup

1. 1.
A - this input node point help to provide the first number [A].
2. 2.
B - this input node helps you to provide the second number [B] against which you want to apply relational operators.
3. 3.
Use run trigger Checkbox – this checkbox helps to generate run trigger in the node.
4. 4.
A != B – this output node point provides you with the result of the relational comparison between two durations in Boolean.