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eq, ne, lt, gt operators



@fruits = qw( apple orange banana );

foreach $item ( @fruits )
     if ( $item eq "banana" )
          print "String '$item' matches string 'banana'\n";

     if ( $item ne "banana" )
          print "String '$item' does not match string 'banana'\n";

     if ( $item lt "banana" )
          print "String '$item' is less than string 'banana'\n";

     if ( $item gt "banana" )
          print "String '$item' is greater than string 'banana'\n";


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