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Surely this goes against every law in mathematics?

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martin

How is this logically possible??

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Any thoughts??

Many thanks?

$a= "7.2";this is a string
$b= "30";so is this
if $a > $b then ConsoleWrite("'7.2' > '30'" & @CRLF)
if Number($a) > Number($b) then 
 ConsoleWrite("7.2 > 30" & @CRLF)
 Else
     ConsoleWrite("30 > 7.2" & @CRLF)
 EndIf

The laws of mathematics deal with numbers. :)


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Any thoughts??

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