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iOS Swift Basics Swift Operators Assignment and Comparison

Nicholas Gurney
Nicholas Gurney
1,660 Points

Greater than or equal to

Might be a good idea to add to this video that the greater than or equal to or less than or equal to operator is typed ">=" as it is required to know that in the next code challenge.

4 Answers

Jason Anders
MOD
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,858 Points

Hi Nicholas,

That's a great observation and a note that will be helpful to many students. :thumbsup:
It's been a while since I watched this video, and I've often been confused as to why I've seen so many questions in the Community about comparison operators and the student's code not working... I see ≀ or β‰₯ in their code and was confused as to why they would be using that? Thank you for pointing this out. The confusion I've been seeing makes more sense now.

Tagging Pasan Premaratne

Keep Coding! :dizzy:

Good, thanks Nicholas!

Matthew Kaplan
Matthew Kaplan
9,226 Points

Greater than or Equal to: ">=" Less than or Equal to: "<="

James Rimmer
James Rimmer
2,603 Points

I've actually just posted a question about this too as I didn't notice this question and it still hasn't been updated in the video.