So I literally have been so annoyed that there is no NOT operator! You have the AND operator, the OR operator, where's the NOT? If you don't know, the NOT operator basically means the opposite of what you put, so if you put the NOT operator, and then an equals sign, it would mean not equal. Please think about it @liza! Or @staff!
Why not just use "not equals"?
Yeah, that would be easier, since !< (not less than) and !> (not greater than) would sort of be pointless.
Ummm... Why do we need one? If we get one it should be subscription
If something happens when something is not equal.
We have a not equal option
Besides if we didn't greater than and less than might substitute for it