Determine if a number is equals (=), not equals (<>), greater than (>), or less than (<) another number.

See how it works below

**Common use cases**

Data manipulation

**Application**

Calculate

**Inputs (what you have)**

NAME | DESCRIPTION | TYPE | REQUIRED | EXAMPLE |

Number comparisons to be evaluated | The numbers to be compared. The expression can handle operators like '==', '<' | Text | Yes | 2 (8-4) < 1 (2 + 3) |

**Note**: the value of inputs can either be a set value in the configuration of the Wrk Action within the Wrkflow, or a variable from the **Data library**. These variables in the **Data library** are the outputs of previous Wrk Actions in the Wrkflow.

**Outcomes**

NAME | DESCRIPTION |

Yes | This status is selected if the provided mathematical expression is True. |

No | This status is selected if the provided mathematical expression is False. |

Unsuccessful | This status is selected if the expression, terms or operator(s) are missing, or the mathematical expression does not make logical sense. |

**Tips and Definitions:**

**==** TRUE if the expression terms/values are **equal** .

**<>** TRUE if the expression terms/values are **not equal/different** .

**>** TRUE if one term/value is **greater** than the other term/value.

>= TRUE if one term/value is **greater or equal** with the another term/value.

**<** TRUE if one term/value is **less** than the other term/value.

**<=** - TRUE if one term/value is **less or equal** with another.

**and** - TRUE if if all subexpressions are TRUE. Note: this is case sensitive.

**or** - TRUE if if one subexpressions is TRUE. Note: this is case sensitive.

**Examples**

For expressions like **5==5** , the selected response is **Yes**

For expressions like **5<>5** , the selected response is **No**

For expressions like **5+5>9** , the selected response is **Yes**

For expressions like **5+5>9 and 3+5==2+6** , the selected response is **Yes** (both subexpressions are correct)

For expressions like **5+5>9 and 3+5==6** , the selected response is **No** (only one subexpression is correct)

For expressions like **5+5>9 or 3+5==6** , the selected response is **No** (only one subexpression is correct)

**Requirements**

N/A