The 2 Function: Greater Than or Equal To

Monadic (One-Argument) Form

There is no monadic form.

Dyadic (Two-Argument) Form: Greater Than or Equal To A> B

The greater than or equal to function result is 1 when argument A is greater than

or equal to argument B; otherwise, the result is 0. The arguments can be numeric

scalars, vectors, or other arrays. The arguments must be the same shape, unless one

of the arguments is a scalar or any single-element array. Arguments of the same

shape have the same shape result:

If one argument is a scalar or a single-element array, the shape of the result is the

same as that of the other argument. The single element is applied to every element

of the multielement array:

RC.2 3 p Y. 2 3 4. 5 ci

B

1 2 3

'4 5 6

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0 0 0

3 2: B

Note: The result of the 2 function depends on the OCT system variable (see Chapter

5 for information on the OCT system variable).

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Monadic (One-Argument) Form

There is no monadic form.

Dyadic (Two-Argument) Form: Greater Than or Equal To A> B

The greater than or equal to function result is 1 when argument A is greater than

or equal to argument B; otherwise, the result is 0. The arguments can be numeric

scalars, vectors, or other arrays. The arguments must be the same shape, unless one

of the arguments is a scalar or any single-element array. Arguments of the same

shape have the same shape result:

If one argument is a scalar or a single-element array, the shape of the result is the

same as that of the other argument. The single element is applied to every element

of the multielement array:

RC.2 3 p Y. 2 3 4. 5 ci

B

1 2 3

'4 5 6

:I. I. I

0 0 0

3 2: B

Note: The result of the 2 function depends on the OCT system variable (see Chapter

5 for information on the OCT system variable).

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