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Does AutoIT have != or NOTEQUAL logical operator

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OneManPen

I searched the help file far and wide but I can't seem to find a way to do a not equal command, in batch it would be preformed:

if not %variable%==%variable% <command> then

or

if %variable% != %variable% <command>

If there is no command to do this is there a way around it?
Thanks in advance

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water

If $variableA <> $variableB Then ...

The relevant docu can be found here.

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OneManPen

Oh..., Sorry for wasting your time. I wasn't aware <> meant not equal to. The help file didn't specify it, like that.

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water

Wasn't a waste of time. The help file says:

<> Tests if two values are not equal. ...


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smartkey

Hi,

   <> this operator is Not Equal To. The comparison is case-insensitive when dealing with strings

   What is the operator when dealing with strings considering case sensitive scenario in mind.

 

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water

The help file I linked to in my first post explains how to ...


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JLogan3o13

@smartkey in the future, please don't resurrect a 7 year old post to ask a question. AutoIt is growing and changing all the time; what may have been relevant back in 2011 may not be so today; you are better off creating a new thread rather than hijacking someone else's.


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