troubleshooting Question

Ternary operator in VB.NET

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Hello Experts,

I'm using Ternary Operator to check condition, which is having Negitive values.
E.g

iIf(Decimal.Parse("-495.56") > Decimal.Parse"965.36" = True, "YES", "NO")

I'm getting as YES, which suppose to be NO.

I tried with :
iIf(Decimal.Parse("-495.56",System.Globalization.NumberStyles.AllowLeadingSign) >Decimal.Parse("965.36",,System.Globalization.NumberStyles.AllowLeadingSign) = True, "YES", "NO").

Same result, help needed
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