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I have the below programming code and I need to convert it to PowerShell script. What are the logical operators in PowerShell to write Less Than or Equal to value and Greater Than value?

If(var <= 10 && var > 0)
{
   printif "Hello World" 
}

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How to use Less Than or Equal To in PowerShell

In PowerShell, to can use the Logical operator Less than or Equal to, you have to use -le logical operator.

Example

$var = 5 
If($var -le 10 && $var -gt 0)
{
   Write-Host "Hello World" 
}

Logical Operators List in PowerShell

Below is the list of Logical Operators List in PowerShell:

1) Equal in PowerShell

-eq

Example

If($var -eq "debug")
{
   Write-Host "Hello World" 
}

2) Not Equal in PowerShell

-ne

Example

If($var -ne "debug")
{
   Write-Host "Hello World" 
}

3) Greater Than in PowerShell

-gt

Example

If($var -gt 10)
{
   Write-Host "Hello World" 
}

4) Greater Than or Equal in PowerShell

-ge

Example

If($var -ge 10)
{
   Write-Host "Hello World" 
}

5) Less Than in PowerShell

-lt

Example

If($var -lt "debug")
{
   Write-Host "Hello World" 
}
 

5) Less Than or Equal to in PowerShell

-le

Example

If($var -le 10)
{
   Write-Host "Hello World" 
}

6) Not in PowerShell

! OR -not

Example

If($var -not "debug")
{
   Write-Host "Hello World" 
}

7) OR in PowerShell

-or

8) And in PowerShell

-and

9) Like in PowerShell

 -like
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