April 12, 2007
Good morning,
my name is Danilo from Italy. I've yust started to study D
language. Looking at the documentation on the site, I've read on
the table of the floating point comparision operator
(http://www.digitalmars.com/d/expression.html) that the operator:
!<= define the relation "unordered or greater". It's correct or
for some typo mismatch the real means is "unorder or less" ?
Thank you in advance for the answer.
April 12, 2007
I've understood my mistake. The documentation is correct. !<=
means: not (less or equal) or, in other words: grether or

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