New Zealand
Asked — Edited

Comparing String Variables

Can't seem to find an example of string variables being compared in EZ-Script

$A="Apple" $B="Apple" if ($A=$B) say ("They're the same")

if ($A$B) say ("They're not the same")

Am I looking at this the wrong way or what?


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#1  

I would say what you use for not equal are the less-than and greater-than signs together. But, the rest looks good. It doesn't work for me either.

when i tried to put the symbols for not equal, the community forum board would not let me enter it into this post. confused

I guess we need videos for String variables and also emotions.

#2  

try $A==$B that's usually the syntax for comparison

and $A!=$B for not equal to

these may not have been added yet

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#3  

Issue resolved with latest update.

And the informative Syntax statement that pops up when we get it wrong is very insightful!

Thanks DJ Sures.