Wes Gamble wrote:
> I looked all over the Pickaxe reference to find it but I couldn't it.
> 
> I guess the "basic" operators are not documented, even when they're 
> overridden in clever ways?
> 
> Thanks,
> Wes

Look in the Pickaxe 1st Ed., in the documentation for the Module class, 
under "Instance Methods." The <, <=, >, >= methods are documented.

"One module is considered greater than another if it is included in (or 
is a parent class of) the other module. The other operators are defined 
accordingly. If there is no relationship between the modules, returns 
false for all operators."

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