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    Default the != statement

    I'm going over some lessons on how to write in Java and I found this one lesson that talked about using the != to check to make sure a variable is not equal to a specific value. Can you also say <> instead? Wouldn't that not give you the same result?

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    Default Re: the != statement

    Have you tried it to see what happens? Write a short simple program that uses both operators. Compile and execute it to see what happens.
    Post the code here and the results if you have any questions.

    Note: != is not a statement, it is an operator for comparing two values.
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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