syntax question: "<>" and "!=" operators
henrik.motakef at web.de
Sun Mar 17 21:00:13 CET 2002
"G. Sumner Hayes" <sumner-nntp5 at forceovermass.com> writes:
> ! is the closest thing to a vertical line on older keyboards (/= and |=
> are already assignment operators), and represents the vertical stroke
> through the equal sign. Like the accent marks in TeX and similar.
BTW, Haskell uses /= for "not equal". It's quite funny watching
C-Coders trying to understand why the one uses division here, and why
+= etc. won't work as well...
Then again, they have more problems than that grokking Haskell.
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