# Operator "!=" ?

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Hello

Im sorry ..maybe is a low level question .

But what mean "!=" operator ? what difference with "=" ?

I m looking for in Zipato wiki but there is no more explanation

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Hi GiOo,

No need to be sorry because questions mean you are exploring your Zipabox which is a good thing.

!= means "Not Equal to" and you probably used it in maths in this form ≠. Programming languages use ASCII character set so they represent Boolean inequality operator as ~=, !=, /=, =/= or <>.

So rule will trigger if two values are not equal and it is opposite operator of = (Equal To).

Hope this answerres your question completly.

Thank you,

Zipato team

Hi GiOo,

No need to be sorry because questions mean you are exploring your Zipabox which is a good thing.

!= means "Not Equal to" and you probably used it in maths in this form ≠. Programming languages use ASCII character set so they represent Boolean inequality operator as ~=, !=, /=, =/= or <>.

So rule will trigger if two values are not equal and it is opposite operator of = (Equal To).

Hope this answerres your question completly.

Thank you,

Zipato team

Hi GiOo,

No need to be sorry because questions mean you are exploring your Zipabox which is a good thing.

!= means "Not Equal to" and you probably used it in maths in this form ≠. Programming languages use ASCII character set so they represent Boolean inequality operator as ~=, !=, /=, =/= or <>.

So rule will trigger if two values are not equal and it is opposite operator of = (Equal To).

Hope this answerres your question completly.

Thank you,

Zipato team

Hi GiOo,

No need to be sorry because questions mean you are exploring your Zipabox which is a good thing.

So rule will trigger if two values are not equal and it is opposite operator of = (Equal To).

Hope this answerres your question completly.

Thank you,

Zipato team

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