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Revision as of 20:16, 22 October 2007

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The symbol = (pronounced "equal") is used to test two values for equality. Unlike other languages, the symbol is not used to assign a value, for that, you use the symbol := ([[colon immediately followed by equal, which is pronounced becomes).


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single characters

+ (plus)  •  - (minus)  •  * (asterisk)  •  / (slash)
= (equal)  •  > (greater than)  •  < (less than)
. (period)  •  : (colon)  •  ; (semi colon)
^ (hat)  •  @ (at)
$ (dollar sign)  •  & (ampersand)  •  # (hash)
' (single quote)

character pairs

<> (not equal)  •  <= (less than or equal)  •  := (becomes)  •  >= (greater than or equal)

 •  >< (symmetric difference)  •  // (double slash)


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