They do have not equal to blocks, right? Or maybe I’ve been mistaken. I’m pretty sure they do
But yes, there are a lot of things that Hoscotch can add that other programming languages already use, Hopscotch is just the kicker to get you interested in powerful coding.
Typing about equal to in Hopscotch might be harder than actually typing a >, < bound:
If (x > 10) & (x < 13)
Plus, you never use about equal to in mathematical expressions (Well, I mean you do use it, but it’s just a rounding tool that you use in the answer of a problem. Like: 5.000123 ~ 5 or whatever. Easy to implement in Hopscotch. They don’t need to ceate an entirely new block.)
And also being real hypocritical here, Hopscotch should add a plus or minus math symbol. Let’s make a page about new block ideas