its not that I dont get how to use it but i'm just wondering why is it that for example if I had abc as a variable that
wont work(well it does but if I entered in anything it assumes its false and goes onto the else statement)? since ! takes precedence shouldnt it be readCode:
not 4 > == > abc and when reconstructed isnt it saying that if abc is equal to not 4 then?
and it worked but isnt it sortve the same as the if statement before just reworded to if its not equal to 4?Code: