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Old 05-19-2014, 04:15 PM
Shiamak Shiamak is online now
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'Not equal to' script language comparison


I have build condition that I would like to execute ONLY when two conditions are met, currently I am using


above doesnt seems to be working as even if one of the condition is true , the whole thing gets executed.

I am using VBP 8 and I realize symbol "<>" may not mean "Not equal to", if not <> then what should I use?

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Old 05-19-2014, 04:29 PM
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If VBScript is the default script language (Tools | Application Options | General | Default script language), <> is the not equal comparison operator.

For other script languages, use the appropriate operator for that language.

With VBScript, that expression works as expected in our tests -- see the attached sample and log.

One possibility:
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