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Hello, I have a list(double type). I want to know if all items are greater than 1 or less than 1 at the same time, then a flag is raised.
For ex,
0.7776
0.8121
1.27

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Some are <1, the other >1. than I got false.
0.3492
0.3945

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I should get a true.
Thanks.
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bool greaterThanOne = yourList.Exists(num=>num > 1);
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sorry it should be reversed.


bool greaterThanOne = !yourList.Exists(num=>num > 1);
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by:zhshqzyc
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NO, YOU MISUNDERSTOOD MY QUESTION.
I mean if all great than 1 or all less than 1. I shou get true. The data go the the same direction, towards to >1 or <1.
If mixed direction then get false.
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käµfm³d   👽 earned 62 total points
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I think it'd be more along the lines of (take note that there is only 1 ampersand):

bool result = theList.Any(item => item > 1) & theList.Any(item => item < 1);

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bool same = !yourList.Exists(num=> num < 1 && num > 1);
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In light of the recent post, modify it to this:
bool result = !(theList.Any(item => item > 1) & theList.Any(item => item < 1));

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