Relational Operators & Characters

The Wolfram Language supports a large collection of relational operator characters, each of which can also be used as an element of Wolfram Language syntax, representing a formal operator named after the character.

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\[Congruent], ... special characters

Congruent, ... operators displayed and input using special characters

Similarity and Equivalence

\[Equal]  ▪  \[TildeEqual]  ▪  \[EqualTilde]  ▪  \[TildeFullEqual]

\[Tilde]  ▪  \[TildeTilde]  ▪  \[HumpEqual]  ▪  \[HumpDownHump]

\[Congruent]  ▪  \[CupCap]

\[NotEqual]  ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪ 

\[DotEqual]  ▪  \[Proportional]  ▪  \[Proportion]

Ordering by Magnitude

\[LessEqual]  ▪  \[LessSlantEqual]  ▪  \[LessFullEqual]  ▪  \[LessTilde]

\[GreaterEqual]  ▪    ▪    ▪ 

\[LessGreater]  ▪  \[GreaterLess]  ▪    ▪ 

\[NotLess]  ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪ 

Relations in Sets

\[Subset]  ▪  \[SubsetEqual]  ▪  \[Superset]  ▪ 

\[NotSubset]  ▪    ▪    ▪ 

\[Element]  ▪  \[ReverseElement]  ▪  \[NotElement]  ▪ 

\[SquareSubset]  ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪ 

Other Orderings

\[Precedes]  ▪  \[PrecedesEqual]  ▪    ▪ 

\[Succeeds]  ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪ 

\[LeftTriangle]  ▪  \[LeftTriangleEqual]  ▪  \[LeftTriangleBar]

\[RightTriangle]  ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪