Not equal to: !=, <>

Not equal to operator is a logical operator that is used to compare two numbers.

!=

Description

par1 != par2
Used keywords: !=

Input


Output

  • Result - logical value returns a true, if the first number is Not equal to the second, otherwise false.
Note: it works over all types of numbers.
compatible programing languages:
C | Visual C++ .NET | C++ | C# | Java | JavaScript | PHP

Examples

Example

Not equal to the possible of use:
a = 5 < 10;       // a = true 
b = 8 < x; 
if ( y < 100 )  
   x++;

Example

even one example in what situations we can use the operation Not equal to:
x != y
1 != 10 
(i & j) != 64

Example

Other pieces of example codes:
y != 25

<>

Description

par1 <> par2
Used keywords: <>

Input


Output

  • Result - logical value returns a true, if the first number is Not equal to the second, otherwise false.
Note: it works over all types of numbers.
compatible programing languages:
Basic | Visual Basic .NET | FreeBASIC | Free Pascal | Object Pascal | Pascal

Examples

Basic

Not equal to the possible of use:
a = 5 < 10       ' a = true 
b = 8 < x 
if  y < 100 then  
   x=x+1
end if

Basic

even one example in what situations we can use the operation Not equal to:
x <> y
1 <> 10 
(i and j) <> 64

Basic

Other pieces of example codes:
y <> 25

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