access.logical.operators Definition/Access: Verbs

access.logical.operators

Command access.logical.operators Definition/Access: Verbs
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category Access: Verbs (152)
Description a discussion of the relational and logical operators: =, eq, >, gt, <, lt, >=, ge, <=, le, #, no, not.

Logical operators are used in the selection criteria process. Each operator has an "english" equivalent which may be used interchangeably with the "symbol" form. When no operator is present, the default assumed is an "equal to" (=).

= or eq equal to
# or no or not not equal to
> or gt or after greater than
< or lt or before less than
>= or ge greater than or equal to
<= or le less than or equal to
Syntax with {not} attr.name operator "valuestring"
Options
Example
sort entity with state eq "ca"
list invoices with amount.due not "0"
list employees with birthday before "1/2/62"
list employees with age gt "21"
select entity with no zip
sort invoices with every amount > "0"
Purpose
Related access.ge
access.before
access.each
access.le
access.modifiers
access.equal
access.attr.name
access.not
access.after
access.and