> That was my bloody point from the beginning! Thanks for adding nothing to this thread.
No it wasn't, you need to reread your previous statements. The argument is based on semantics alone so you cannot defend your point of view with statements like "it does not hide a bug in your code," or that to use != for consistancy is good practice, when you yourself don't agree with it. In fact it is impossible to defend such a view with evidence.
This thread has ended peacefully.