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>= (Greater Than or Equal To)

Compares two expressions to determine whether the left expression has a value greater than or equal to the right expression.

expression>=expression
expression
Any valid expression. Both expressions must have implicitly convertible data types.

true if the left expression has a value greater than or equal to the right expression; otherwise, false.

The following Entity SQL query uses >= comparison operator to compare two expressions to determine whether the left expression has a value greater than or equal to the right expression. The query is based on the AdventureWorks Sales Model. To compile and run this query, follow these steps:

  1. Follow the procedure in How to: Execute a Query that Returns StructuralType Results.

  2. Pass the following query as an argument to the ExecuteStructuralTypeQuery method:


SELECT VALUE product FROM AdventureWorksEntities.Products
AS product where product.ListPrice >= @price
    




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2012-10-01
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