# CPU_EQUAL_S - Linux

## Overview

CPU_EQUAL_S calculates the equality result of two input vectors. This command is particularly useful for comparing the results of different computations or for checking the correctness of implementations.

## Syntax

```
CPU_EQUAL_S A B C
```

where:

**A**is the first input vector**B**is the second input vector**C**is the output vector

## Options/Flags

No options or flags are available with this command.

## Examples

**Simple Example:**

```
CPU_EQUAL_S [1, 2, 3] [1, 2, 3] output.csv
```

This command compares the two vectors `[1, 2, 3]`

and `[1, 2, 3]`

and stores the result in the `output.csv`

file. The output file will contain `[True, True, True]`

, indicating that all the elements in the input vectors are equal.

**Complex Example:**

```
CPU_EQUAL_S [1, 2, 3] [1, 2, 4] output.txt
```

This command compares the two vectors `[1, 2, 3]`

and `[1, 2, 4]`

and stores the result in the `output.txt`

file. The output file will contain `[True, True, False]`

, indicating that the first two elements in the input vectors are equal, but the third element is not.

## Common Issues

One common error is using vectors of different lengths. If the input vectors have different lengths, the command will fail and produce an error message.

## Integration

CPU_EQUAL_S can be integrated with other Linux commands or tools for advanced tasks. For example, you can use it to compare the output of two different programs or to check the correctness of a data processing pipeline.

## Related Commands

**CPU_ADD_S:**Adds two input vectors**CPU_SUB_S:**Subtracts one vector from another**CPU_MUL_S:**Multiplies two input vectors