One of my old company's customer seriously asked the support what's the difference between ">=" and "="...

Support should have answered that one is faster than the other :D
But life must be hard enough anyway...

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    '">=" is faster but many prefer the looks of "=" therefore it is better code style
    so ">=" ist used for performance critical applications while "=" is used when readability counts
    ">=>=" is just to many characters which increases the memory usage so despite the possible performance gain people usually use "==" instead if they want to use all cores of the CPU for the ">=" operation
    for security critical applications one should go for "!="'
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