Scala Double <=(x: Double) method

• Last Updated : 02 Nov, 2019

In Scala, Double is a 64-bit floating point number, which is equivalent to Java’s double primitive type. The <=(x: Double) method is utilized to return true if this value is less than or equal to x, false otherwise.

Method Definition – def <=(x: Double): Boolean

Returns – Returns true if this value is less than or equal to x, false otherwise.

Example #1:

 // Scala program to explain the working // of Double <=(x: Double) method   // Creating objectobject GfG{        // Main method    def main(args:Array[String])    {               // Applying <=(x: Double) function        val result = (12.0021.toDouble).<=(8:Double)                   // Displays output        println(result)           }}
Output:
false

Example #2:

 // Scala program to explain the working // of Double <=(x: Double) method   // Creating objectobject GfG{        // Main method    def main(args:Array[String])    {               // Applying <=(x: Double) function        val result = (5.00212.toDouble).<=(13:Double)                   // Displays output        println(result)           }}
Output:
true

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