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Dummy question :-)

Dummy question :-)

(OP)
Hi,

in the code form the previous programmer I found this:

If rec#'E'
net=net + 1
endif

What does the "  rec#'E'  " means?

Does it mean that "if rec <> 'E'" ? or something else.
I can not find anywhere the Syntax about the # sign

Thx

David

  

RE: Dummy question :-)

You are right, the operators for "not equal":
<>  #  !=
are equivalent, it is possible to use any of them.

RE: Dummy question :-)

(OP)
Thx!

David

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