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''Example usage:'' IF x [[Less_Than_Or_Equal|<=]] 320 THEN PRINT "Center or right of screen"
''Example usage:'' IF x [[Less_Than_Or_Equal|<=]] 320 THEN PRINT "Left or center of screen"





Latest revision as of 00:20, 18 October 2010

The <= condition symbol denotes that a value must be less than or equal to another value for the condition to be True.


Example usage: IF x <= 320 THEN PRINT "Left or center of screen"


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