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→ generalizedboolean=, /=, <, >, <=, and >= perform arithmetic comparisons on their arguments as follows:
The value of = is true if all numbers are the same in value; otherwise it is false. Two complexes are considered equal by = if their real and imaginary parts are equal according to =.
The value of <= is true if the numbers are in monotonically nondecreasing order; otherwise it is false.
The value of >= is true if the numbers are in monotonically nonincreasing order; otherwise it is false.
=, /=, <, >, <=, and >= perform necessary type conversions.
The uses of these functions are illustrated in the below table.
(= 3 3) is true.  (/= 3 3) is false. 
(= 3 5) is false.  (/= 3 5) is true. 
(= 3 3 3 3) is true.  (/= 3 3 3 3) is false. 
(= 3 3 5 3) is false.  (/= 3 3 5 3) is false. 
(= 3 6 5 2) is false.  (/= 3 6 5 2) is true. 
(= 3 2 3) is false.  (/= 3 2 3) is false. 
(< 3 5) is true.  (<= 3 5) is true. 
(< 3 5) is false.  (<= 3 5) is false. 
(< 3 3) is false.  (<= 3 3) is true. 
(< 0 3 4 6 7) is true.  (<= 0 3 4 6 7) is true. 
(< 0 3 4 4 6) is false.  (<= 0 3 4 4 6) is true. 
(> 4 3) is true.  (>= 4 3) is true. 
(> 4 3 2 1 0) is true.  (>= 4 3 2 1 0) is true. 
(> 4 3 3 2 0) is false.  (>= 4 3 3 2 0) is true. 
(> 4 3 1 2 0) is false.  (>= 4 3 1 2 0) is false. 
(= 3) is true.  (/= 3) is true. 
(< 3) is true.  (<= 3) is true. 
(= 3.0 #c(3.0 0.0)) is true.  (/= 3.0 #c(3.0 1.0)) is true. 
(= 3 3.0) is true.  (= 3.0s0 3.0d0) is true. 
(= 0.0 0.0) is true.  (= 5/2 2.5) is true. 
(> 0.0 0.0) is false.  (= 0 0.0) is true. 
(<= 0 x 9) is true if x is between 0 and 9 , inclusive. 

(< 0.0 x 1.0) is true if x is between 0.0 and 1.0 , exclusive. 

(< 1 j (length v)) is true if j is a valid array index for a vector v . 
None.
Might signal typeerror if some argument is not a real. Might signal arithmeticerror if otherwise unable to fulfill its contract.
None.