Compares A and B inputs, and outputs T if the value of A is about the same as B.
What the node does:
The node compares the A input to the B input. If the value of B is in the range of A +/- Epsilon, the output equals the value of the T input. If B is out of the range of A +/- Epsilon, the output will be equal to the F input..
A: Input value 1.
B: Input value 2.
T: True value. If the statement is true, this value will be on the output.
F: False value. If the statement is false, this value will be on the output.
=: The True / False value of the statement: A=B.
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