The comparison operators for int32 objects.

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int32/= `x` `y` => `result`

int32< `x` `y` => `result`

int32<= `x` `y` => `result`

int32= `x` `y` => `result`

int32> `x` `y` => `result`

int32>= `x` `y` => `result`

x⇩ |
An int32 object or an integer of type `(signed-byte 32)` . |

y⇩ |
An int32 object or an integer of type `(signed-byte 32)` . |

result |
A boolean. |

The function `int32/=`

is the not equal comparison for int32 objects.

The function `int32<`

is the less than comparison for int32 objects.

The function `int32<=`

is the less than or equal comparison for int32 objects.

The function `int32=`

is the equal comparison for int32 objects.

The function `int32>`

is the greater than comparison for int32 objects.

The function `int32>=`

is the greater than or equal comparison for int32 objects.

`x` and `y` can be int32 objects or integers of type `(signed-byte 32)`

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See the section 28.2.2 Fast 32-bit arithmetic for more information about the INT32 API.

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