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<= Operator (C# Reference)

All numeric and enumeration types define a "less than or equal" relational operator (<=) that returns true if the first operand is less than or equal to the second, false otherwise.

User-defined types can overload the <= operator. For more information, see operator. If <= is overloaded, >= must also be overloaded. Operations on integral types are generally allowed on enumeration.

// cs_operator_less_than_or_equal.cs
using System;
class MainClass
{
    static void Main() 
    {
        Console.WriteLine(1 <= 1.1);
        Console.WriteLine(1.1 <= 1.1);
    }
}

Output

 
True
True

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