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Post date: 5/27/2009
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Equal To (==) Operator

  • Definition: The equal-to operator == performs a comparison between its operands and returns a boolean value. It returns the pure value true if the operands are equal to each other; otherwise it returns the pure value false. The == operator may appear as part of an equality expression.

    Source: Reges & Stepp, 2007

  • Example: Example sentence for context: "The equal-to operator never throws an exception."

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  • 9:48am 5/14/2015

    User: reinlessjacklin

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  • 5:05pm 5/27/2009

    User: millam

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    Video 113 is more 'balance' or 'fair' than comparison equals. I prefer similarity signs (similar, same) for == (and ===, ==== in other languages).