RELOP

< > Relational operators.

The six relational operators are <, <=, >, >=, ==, and ~=.

A < B does element by element comparisons between A and B

and returns a matrix of the same size with elements set to one

where the relation is true and elements set to zero where it is

not.  A and B must have the same dimensions unless one is a

scalar. A scalar can be compared with anything.

&   Logical AND.

A & B is a matrix whose elements are 1's where both A and B

have non-zero elements, and 0's where either has a zero element.

A and B must have the same dimensions unless one is a scalar.

A scalar can be operate with anything.

|   Logical OR.

A | B is a matrix whose elements are 1's where either A or B

has a non-zero element, and 0's where both have zero elements.

A and B must have the same dimensions unless one is a scalar.

A scalar can be operate with anything.

~   Logical complement (NOT).

~A is a matrix whose elements are 1's where A has zero

elements, and 0's where A has non-zero elements.

xor Exclusive OR.

xor(A,B) is 1 where either A or B, but not both, is non-zero.

See also XOR.

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