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Pls some one tell why we use this condition and what is the meaning of if(@propertyID<>0 and @propertyID<>'''')

i want to know the meaning of <>0


pl some one tell...
Posted 3-Oct-12 21:49pm
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Solution 1

meaning of <>0. it means does not equal to 0
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Solution 2

the purpose of using these two conditions is to check value inside @propertyID is not equal to zero as well as the value @propertyID should not be blank..

It means @propertyID can have values such as 1, -1,2,3 but not 0 or empty string..


Ideally second condtion should be @propertyID<>''
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