Tests if the String on the left is greater than, or equal to, the String on the right. This operator evaluate Strings in alphabetical order, on the first character where the two differ. So, for example "b" >= "a" and "2" >= "1", but "999" >= "1000" because 9 comes after 1.
Caution: String comparison operators can be confusing when you're comparing numeric Strings, because the numbers are treated as Strings and not as numbers. If you need to compare numbers numerically, compare them as ints, floats, or longs, and not as Strings.
myString1 >= myString2
- myString1: variable of type String.
- myString2: variable of type String.
- true: If myString1 is greater than or equal to myString2.
- false: Otherwise.
※ NOTES AND WARNINGS:
If the string is modified, it is highly recommended using String.reserve() to prevent the memory fragmentation issue
- Language : Arduino - String
- Language : String += (append)
- Language : String == (comparison)
- Language : String + (concatenation)
- Language : String != (different from)
- Language : String  (element access)
- Language : String > (greater than)
- Language : String < (less than)
- Language : String ≤ (less than or equal to)
- Example : String Tutorials
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