Posted 05 March 2007 - 04:23
Thanks for the post, but in VB, <> is the closest to != in C++ that I can find. From what I can see, setting a boolean to <> does not set a TRUE to FALSE or vice-versa. Booleans must be True or False. It would make sense if it is TRUE, then != TRUE would be FALSE, but it doesn't work that way. Any other sugestions?