LES()

LES()

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The LES() function processes two dynamic arrays, returning a similarly structured result array indicating whether elements of the first array are less than or equal to corresponding elements of the second array.

 

 

Format

 

LES(expr1, expr2)

 

where

 

expr1and expr2are the dynamic arrays to be compared.

 

 

The LES() function compares corresponding elements of the dynamic arrays expr1 and expr2, returning a similarly structured dynamic array of True / False values indicating the results of the comparison.

 

The REUSE() function can be applied to either or both expressions. Without this function, any absent trailing values are taken as zero.

 

 

Example

 

A contains  11FM0VM14VMABCFM2

B contains  12FM0VM14VMACBFM2

 

C = LES(A, B)

 

C now contains  1FM1VM0VM0FM1

 

 

See also:

ANDS(), EQS(), GES(), GTS(), IFS(), LTS(), NES(), NOTS(), ORS(), REUSE()