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# Why 7 <= 8 returns true?

As 7 is smaller than 8 , i.e 7<8 agreed But 7 is not equal to 8, i.e 7 = 8 not true. Then why 7<=8 returns true?

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surbhi dighe See in a simple way
<= is called lessthan || equalsto
((7 < 8) || (7 == 8)) == (true || false) == true

+ 15

I have a nice idea:
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+ 4

Because it's a fact.

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Prasad Shinde Here is lessthan or equalsto. Don't confuse him. 😂😂

+ 3

It's not 7 is less than and equal to 8. It's 7 is less than or equal to 8.

+ 3

Coz...its 7 is less than OR equal to 8

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7<=8 has two meanings:
1. 7<8, which is true.
or
2. 7=8, which is false.
Only is required one option to be true.

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7 is less than OR equals to 8
Only one condition must be true.
Pure logic:
-Is seven less than or equal to eight?
-Yes, is less than.
- But is not equal.
- But is less than. So, yes, is less than OR equals to eight.

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Because 7 is smaller than 8, so it uses "or " . Means either greater than or equals to , as it finds one condition true so it returns true

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Because it's less than OR equal to not less than AND equal to

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7<=8 means 7 less than or equal to 8,which evaluates to true cuz 7<8

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One of the conditions is met

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Because here we say "less than "or" equal to" so on of them is true

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Because either of them needs to be true to make it true