Mistake in C++ Chapter 2
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A visitor recently noticed the following sentence in the
chapter, "The not equal to operator, != . With this we could say 5 !
= 4 and get a false value." I have corrected it to the
following, "The not equal to operator, != . With this we could say
5 != 4 and get a true value because 4 is not equal to five in this
universe . . .."
Thanks for noticing,
stage. I hope to get it to Alpha within the next two weeks.