Using non-ascii symbols
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Tue Jan 24 14:06:49 EST 2006
On Tue, 24 Jan 2006 19:44:28 +0100 in comp.lang.python, Christoph
Zwerschke <cito at online.de> wrote:
>Dave Hansen wrote:
>> C uses ! as a unary logical "not" operator, so != for "not equal" just
>> seems to follow, um, logically.
>Consequently, C should have used !> for <= and !< for >= ...
Well, actually, no.
"Less (than) or equal" is <=. "Greater (than) or equal" is >=. "Not
equal" is !=.
If you want to write code for the IOCCC, you could use !(a>b) instead
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