C# - less than: <

less than operator is a logical operator that is used to compare two numbers.

<

Description

par1 < par2
Used keywords: <

Input


Output

  • Result - logical value returns a true, if the first number is less than the second, otherwise false.
Note: it works over all types of numbers.

Examples

C#

less than the possible of use:
a = 5 < 10;       // a = true 
b = 8 < x; 
if (y < 100)  
  x++; 

C#

even one example in what situations we can use the operation less than:
x < y
10 < f(5)
(i & j) < 128

C#

Other pieces of example codes:
do {
  i++;
  if (i==5)
    break;
} while ( i <10);
ret = j<i
5 < 3
10 >a || a<5
while (i<10) ++i;
a>1 || a<100

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