If both operands are Booleans, true > false . If one operand is Boolean, the other operand is converted to Boolean before the comparison is made.

If both operands are vectors, OpenSCAD performs an element-by-element comparison and can only result in true if the vectors are equal in size and each and every pair of elements results in true upon the comparison. Otherwise, false is returned.

Vectors of different sizes are treated as unequal for '==' and '!=' operators, and always result in false for '>', '>=', '<' and '<=' operators. In fact the same principle applies for all comparison between dissimilar types of operand, e.g. comparing a string with a number.

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