Greater than



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“>” ASCII character 62.
Common names: ITU-T: greater than; ket (“<" = bra); right angle; right angle bracket; right broket. Rare: into, toward; write to; blow ("<" = suck); gozinta; out; zap (all from Unix I/O redirection); INTERCAL: right angle. See also less than. (1995-03-17)

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