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C# != Operator Tutorial - AmieDD

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C# != Operator Tutorial

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using System;
class InequalityTest
{
static void Main()
{
// Numeric numbers that don't equal:
Console.WriteLine((2 + 2) != 4);
// Reference equality, two objects, same value
object s = 1;
object t = 1;
Console.WriteLine(s != t);
// Strings, same string objects
string a = "howdy";
string b = "howdy";
// compare string values
Console.WriteLine(a != b);
// compare string references
Console.WriteLine((object)a != (object)b);
}
}
/*
Output:
False
True
False
False
*/
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About C# != Operators

!= Not equal.Predefined value types, the inequality operator (!=) returns true if the values are different, false. If the reference types isn't a string, != returns true if its two operands points to different objects. String type, != compares the values of the strings.

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