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NUM <= NUM Operator

The NUM <= NUM operator checks returns a value of true if the first number value is less than or equal to the second number value.

You can use the NUM <= NUM operator to form conditions for IF statements. This can be useful in determining template logic.

Operator Model After you drag and drop the model into the script tab: Expression returns:
<= ⟦NUM⟧ <= ⟦NUM⟧   Replace both ⟦NUM⟧ placeholders with a numeric value you want to compare the other to. A true/false value.


The following script does something if the Number variable numvarNU is less than or equal to 2.

IF numvarNU <= 2
//do something