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# Decimal.op_GreaterThan Method

.NET Framework 3.0
Returns a value indicating whether a specified Decimal is greater than another specified Decimal.

Namespace: System
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)

## Syntax

```public static bool operator > (
decimal d1,
decimal d2
)
```
```Not applicable.
```

d1

A Decimal.

d2

A Decimal.

#### Return Value

true if d1 is greater than d2; otherwise, false.

## Example

The following code example compares several Decimal values to a reference Decimal value using the Greater Than operator.

```// Example of the decimal relational operators.
using System;

class DecRelationalOpsDemo
{
const string dataFmt = "{0,43}    {1}" ;

// Compare decimal parameters, and display them with the results.
static void CompareDecimals( decimal Left, decimal Right,
string RightText )
{
Console.WriteLine( );
Console.WriteLine( dataFmt, "Right: " + RightText, Right );
Console.WriteLine( dataFmt, "Left == Right", Left == Right );
Console.WriteLine( dataFmt, "Left >  Right", Left > Right );
Console.WriteLine( dataFmt, "Left >= Right", Left >= Right );
Console.WriteLine( dataFmt, "Left != Right", Left != Right );
Console.WriteLine( dataFmt, "Left <  Right", Left < Right );
Console.WriteLine( dataFmt, "Left <= Right", Left <= Right );
}

static void Main( )
{
decimal Left = new decimal( 123.456 );

Console.WriteLine(
"This example of the decimal relational operators " +
"generates the \nfollowing output. It creates several " +
"different decimal values \nand compares them with " +
"the following reference value.\n" );
Console.WriteLine( dataFmt,
"Left: decimal( 123.456 )", Left );

// Create objects to compare with a 2-hour decimal.
CompareDecimals( Left, new decimal( 1.23456E+2 ),
"decimal( 1.23456E+2 )" );
CompareDecimals( Left, new decimal( 123.4567 ),
"decimal( 123.4567 )" );
CompareDecimals( Left, new decimal( 123.4553 ),
"decimal( 123.4553 )" );
CompareDecimals( Left, new decimal( 123456000, 0, 0, false, 6 ),
"decimal( 123456000, 0, 0, false, 6 )" );
}
}

/*
This example of the decimal relational operators generates the
following output. It creates several different decimal values
and compares them with the following reference value.

Left: decimal( 123.456 )    123.456

Right: decimal( 1.23456E+2 )    123.456
Left == Right    True
Left >  Right    False
Left >= Right    True
Left != Right    False
Left <  Right    False
Left <= Right    True

Right: decimal( 123.4567 )    123.4567
Left == Right    False
Left >  Right    False
Left >= Right    False
Left != Right    True
Left <  Right    True
Left <= Right    True

Right: decimal( 123.4553 )    123.4553
Left == Right    False
Left >  Right    True
Left >= Right    True
Left != Right    True
Left <  Right    False
Left <= Right    False

Right: decimal( 123456000, 0, 0, false, 6 )    123.456000
Left == Right    True
Left >  Right    False
Left >= Right    True
Left != Right    False
Left <  Right    False
Left <= Right    True
*/

```
```// Example of the decimal relational operators.
import System.* ;

class DecRelationalOpsDemo
{
private static String dataFmt = "{0,43}    {1}";

// Compare decimal parameters, and display them with the results.
static void CompareDecimals(System.Decimal left,
System.Decimal right, String rightText)
{
Console.WriteLine();
Console.WriteLine(dataFmt, "Right: " + rightText,
System.Convert.ToString(right));
Console.WriteLine(dataFmt, "Left == Right",
System.Convert.ToString( left == right));
Console.WriteLine(dataFmt, "Left >  Right",
System.Convert.ToString((left.CompareTo(right) > 0)));
Console.WriteLine(dataFmt, "Left >= Right",
System.Convert.ToString(((left.CompareTo(right)> 0) ||
(left.CompareTo(right)== 0))));
Console.WriteLine(dataFmt, "Left != Right",
System.Convert.ToString(left != right));
Console.WriteLine(dataFmt, "Left <  Right",
System.Convert.ToString((left.CompareTo(right)< 0)));
Console.WriteLine(dataFmt, "Left <= Right",
System.Convert.ToString(((left.CompareTo(right) < 0)
|| (left.CompareTo(right) == 0))));
} //CompareDecimals

public static void main(String[] args)
{
System.Decimal left = new System.Decimal(123.456);

Console.WriteLine(("This example of the "
+ "decimal relational operators "
+ "generates the \nfollowing output. It creates several "
+ "different decimal values \nand compares them with "
+ "the following reference value.\n"));
Console.WriteLine(dataFmt, "Left: decimal( 123.456 )",left);

// Create objects to compare with a 2-hour decimal.
CompareDecimals(left, new System.Decimal(123.456),
"decimal( 1.23456E+2 )");
CompareDecimals(left, new System.Decimal(123.4567),
"decimal( 123.4567 )");
CompareDecimals(left, new System.Decimal(123.4553),
"decimal( 123.4553 )");
CompareDecimals(left, new System.Decimal(123456000, 0, 0,
false, (ubyte)6), "decimal( 123456000, 0,0, false, 6 )");
} //main
} //DecRelationalOpsDemo

/*
This example of the decimal relational operators generates the
following output. It creates several different decimal values
and compares them with the following reference value.

Left: decimal( 123.456 )    123.456

Right: decimal( 1.23456E+2 )    123.456
Left == Right    True
Left >  Right    False
Left >= Right    True
Left != Right    False
Left <  Right    False
Left <= Right    True

Right: decimal( 123.4567 )    123.4567
Left == Right    False
Left >  Right    False
Left >= Right    False
Left != Right    True
Left <  Right    True
Left <= Right    True

Right: decimal( 123.4553 )    123.4553
Left == Right    False
Left >  Right    True
Left >= Right    True
Left != Right    True
Left <  Right    False
Left <= Right    False

Right: decimal( 123456000, 0, 0, false, 6 )    123.456000
Left == Right    True
Left >  Right    False
Left >= Right    True
Left != Right    False
Left <  Right    False
Left <= Right    True
*/

```

## Platforms

Windows 98, Windows Server 2000 SP4, Windows CE, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Mobile for Pocket PC, Windows Mobile for Smartphone, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition

The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is supported on Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, and Windows Server 2003 SP1.

## Version Information

#### .NET Framework

Supported in: 3.0, 2.0, 1.1, 1.0

#### .NET Compact Framework

Supported in: 2.0, 1.0

#### XNA Framework

Supported in: 1.0