f64.le

Pops two

`f64`

values off the stack, checks if the first value is less than or equal to the second, and then
pushes the result back on to the stack.
if ($first <= $second) {...}

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f64.le
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f64 | The first value to check with. |

f64 | The second value to check against. |

i32 | The result of the comparsion. If the first value is less than or equal to the second value then the result will be 1. Otherwise the result will be 0. |

;; Push the f64 value 3.142 onto the stack f64.const 3.142 ;; Push the f64 value 2.718 onto the stack f64.const 2.718 ;; Pop the two f64 values off the stack, check if the first is less ;; than or equal to the second and push the result back onto the stack f64.le ;; The stack contains an i32 value of 0 (3.142 <= 2.718 = is not less or equal)

;; Push the f64 value 3.142 onto the stack f64.const 3.142 ;; Push the f64 value 3.142 onto the stack f64.const 3.142 ;; Pop the two f64 values off the stack, check if the first is less ;; than or equal to the second and push the result back onto the stack f64.le ;; The stack contains an i32 value of 1 (3.142 <= 3.142 = is less or equal)

;; Push the f64 value 2.718 onto the stack f64.const 2.718 ;; Push the f64 value 3.142 onto the stack f64.const 3.142 ;; Pop the two f64 values off the stack, check if the first is less ;; than or equal to the second and push the result back onto the stack f64.le ;; The stack contains an i32 value of 1 (2.718 <= 3.142 = is less or equal)