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DATE >= DATE Operator

The DATE >= DATE operator returns a value of true if the first date value is greater than or equal to the second date value.

The >= operator works with any two date values including date variables, date expressions, and functions returning date values.

Operator Description After you drag and drop the operator into the script tab: Expression returns:
>= ⟦DATE⟧ >= ⟦DATE⟧ Replace both ⟦DATE⟧ placeholders with the date values you want to compare in your script. You can drop a variable (from the Component tab) or another model on the placeholder, or you can replace the placeholder with an expression. A TRUE/FALSE value.

Examples

IF TODAY >= DATE OF (1,1,2017) //TRUE any day after 12/31/2016; FALSE otherwise