< (less than) operator
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This operator compares the first operand to the second operand and returns true if the first operand is smaller, or false otherwise. Examples:
3 < 2 ; false 5 < 5 ; false 2.12 < 3 ; true 4.23 < 3.86 ; false
- This operator can also be used with complex operands (in which case it only compares the real parts), but this is not recommended and results in a compiler warning. You should use real, imag, cabs, or the |…| operator when comparing complex expressions.
- a < b is equal to !(a >= b)