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Less than or equals to in Relational Operators of MS-DOS Commands
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How to use less than or equals to Operator in MS dos batch script 
LEQ is a less than or equals to relational operator in ms dos, it is used to compare two values which decision making statements.

IF a LEQ b ECHO a is big
Example
@echo off

SET a=40
SET b=38

IF %a% LEQ %b% ( ECHO A is less than or equals to B
) ELSE ( ECHO A is not less than or equals to B )

SET /p exit=Press enter to exit
Output 
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