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Re: equaltity of lists


Drago:
lhs == rhs  gives True if lhs and rhs are identical (allowing things like
2.0 == 2)
lhs == rhs  gives False if lhs and rhs are determined to be unequal by
comparisons between numbers or other raw data, such as strings
otherwise lhs == rhs  give lhs == rhs .
The last is the case with a==b

But

a === b

    False

because:

lhs === rhs  gives True if lhs and rhs are identical (not allowing 2.0 == 2)
otherwise lhs === rhs  give False .
The last is the case with a==b

Allan
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Drago Ganic <drago.ganic at in2.hr> wrote in message
news:7o5ih1$rml at smc.vnet.net...
> Hi !!
>
> Why don't I get an answer (False) when I ask Mathematica
>
>     {a,b}=={b,a}
>
> like the one I get with
>
>     {1,2}=={2,1}
>     False
>
> Greetings from Croatia,
> Drago Ganic
>
>
>



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