i64.ge_u

Pops two

`i64`

values off the stack, checks if the first value is greater than or equal to the second, and then
pushes the result back on to the stack. This looks at the values as unsigned integers (positive values only).
if ($first >= $second) {...}

```
i64.ge_u
```

i64 | The first value to check with. |

i64 | The second value to check against. |

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

;; Push the i64 value 101 onto the stack i64.const 101 ;; Push the i64 value 42 onto the stack i64.const 42 ;; Pop the two i64 values off the stack, check if the first is greater ;; than or equal to the second and push the result back onto the stack i64.ge_u ;; The stack contains an i32 value of 1 (101 >= 42 = is greater or equal)

;; Push the i64 value 101 onto the stack i64.const 101 ;; Push the i64 value 101 onto the stack i64.const 101 ;; Pop the two i64 values off the stack, check if the first is greater ;; than or equal to the second and push the result back onto the stack i64.ge_u ;; The stack contains an i32 value of 1 (101 >= 101 = is greater or equal)

;; Push the i64 value 42 onto the stack i64.const 42 ;; Push the i64 value 101 onto the stack i64.const 101 ;; Pop the two i64 values off the stack, check if the first is greater ;; than or equal to the second and push the result back onto the stack i64.ge_u ;; The stack contains an i32 value of 0 (42 >= 101 = is not greater or equal)

;; Push the i64 value 0xF23AB02CF178CD56 (17454457012904054102) ;; onto the stack i64.const 0xF23AB02CF178CD56 ;; Push the i64 value 101 onto the stack i64.const 101 ;; Pop the two i64 values off the stack, check if the first is greater ;; than or equal to the second and push the result back onto the stack i64.ge_u ;; The stack contains an i32 value of 1 ;; 17454457012904054102 >= 101 = is greater or equal