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Evolution of Conditional Tests
01-04-2020, 12:26 AM
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RE: Evolution of Conditional Tests
(01-04-2020 12:08 AM)Dave Britten Wrote:  The Pioneers are pretty indecisive on this matter too:

20S, 21S: x<=y, x=0
32S: x!=y, x<y, x>y, x=y, x!=0, x<0, x>0, x=0 (No <= or >= comparisons!)
42S: All 12 comparisons present
32SII: All 12 comparisons present

The subject could be extended to also list the tests which work with alphanumerics in those models having them.

For instance, perhaps X=Y? works for either numbers or alpha strings while X<Y? may or may not work with alpha strings (which would allow sorting easily).

Thus, I suggest to expand the table to include tests which do work with alpha data in models having alpha capabilities. It would be informative and can include a surprise or two.


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