There's a manual page that deals with operators, although it's a section in the Expressions entry.
[quote:exeqcdyl]There are also comparison operators =, <>, <, <=, >, >= for comparing values. They return 1 if the comparison is true or 0 if false.
Dose not say what it is really... I assumed it meant everything except for the value I was testing.
It's used in BASIC, SQL and probably others.
Some languages even use something different like ~= in Lua.
Thank you this is very useful. I only have dealt with Python and C#. i would like to take a Java script class someday.
Ok, I was wrong