This means, if the first value is lower or equal to the second, then jump to (continue at) code 16. In other words, if first value greater than second, continue with the next instruction which is what you intended, isn't it? Same with the other instructions.
That's not what's being done. You miss the #16 etc after the comparisons. Those mean "jump to that instruction". So it will in fact be this:
As you can see, "A not eq B" will never be printed. But that's right - it will never be printed in your original code either. That else-if branch is only reached if a is not larger than b and b is not larger than a. However, a != b is (mathematically) equivalent to a < b or b > a.