greater. Logical.(Power Automate Cloud flows)

Japanese version.

Compares the two values of the argument; True if the first is greater than the second, False otherwise.

ValueResult
The first value is greater than the second value.True
The first value is less than or equal to the second value.False

Spec

greater(<value>,<compareTo>)
ArgumentDefaultDescription
value
compareTo
Required fieldValue to be determined. The following results are obtained.
 True : value > compareTo
 False: value <= compareTo

How to use

Often used in "Condition".

It is frequently used among the "value" in "Initialize variable" or "Set variable" of Type "Boolean".

Click on the "Expressions" tab, equals, and the function name and () will be set in the formula field.

Specify two values in it.

If you want to use dynamic contents or variables, specify them specially.

(How to get dynamic content with an expression)

If you see something like the following, your settings are complete.

Click on the purple icon to change the function.

If greater(100,99) as in the example, The first value is greater, so the result of greater is True.

Text-to-text comparisons are also made in the order of the characters.

However, if one is numerical and one is text, the comparison cannot be made and an error will result.

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Logical Functions