How to do a comparison of string and number in Python? Python, not an equal operator will check if two variables are of the same type and have different values. If they are the same then return or true else return false.
Python not equal Operators
If the values of the two operands are not equal, then the condition becomes true. See below syntax:-
!=(a != b) is true.
<>(a <> b) is true. This is similar to != operator.
Python not equal Examples
Example using !=
# first example if 1 != 10: print("1 is not equal to 10"); # second example if 1 != 1: print("1 is not equal 1"); else: print("1 equal 1");
1 is not equal to 10
1 equal 1
Example using <>
<> is not removed from Python 3.
# first example if 1 <> 10: print("1 is not equal 10");
Output: Error screenshot
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