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# Is the Number Less than or Equal to Zero?

In JavaScript, you can determine if a number is less than or equal to zero by using a comparison operator. Here is an example of how you could do this:

``````let number = -5;

if (number <= 0) {
console.log("The number is less than or equal to zero");
} else {
console.log("The number is greater than zero");
}``````

This code will output "The number is less than or equal to zero" because the value of the ``number`` variable is ``-5``, which is less than or equal to zero.

You can also use the ``<=`` operator to compare two numbers and see if one is less than or equal to the other. For example:

``````let number1 = -5;
let number2 = 10;

if (number1 <= number2) {
console.log("Number 1 is less than or equal to number 2");
} else {
console.log("Number 1 is greater than number 2");
}``````

This code will output "Number 1 is less than or equal to number 2" because` `number1`` is ``-5`` and ``number2`` is ``10``, and ``-5`` is less than or equal to ``10``.

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