Why prefer != over <> for Python 3.0?
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Sun Mar 30 12:25:09 CEST 2008
> Ah yes, that is also used (I completely forgot about that one, my
> math's aren't that sharp anymore) and I think it's used more
> frequently than ><.
Where did you read that (I mean, which country)? I've never seen
this sign in any german or english book on
mathematics/physics/engineering I saw.
> but my argument was that no math book use != or <> (except in math
> for programmers).
That's true. Personally, I don't ever use "a!=b" in favor of "not
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