The specific comparison operator used for "not equal to" varies across various programming languages. In computer programming, comparison operators let one determine whether two entities are related in a specific way.Continue Reading
When a computer programmer wants to confirm that two values differ in some way, the "not equal to" comparison operator is used. If the two values differ in any way, then "not equal to" is true. Otherwise, the comparison is false.
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