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Example A's parameter is saying "while this function returns false..." Right?

Does !=0 mean false?

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That means true. You're saying if it is not equal to zero, which is true.
(variable==0) means while it is false or (variable==false) means while it is false

Edited by ichigo_cool: n/a

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Yes, I actually had the statement backwords -- should have been == 0 as previously noted.

The not operator ! means 0, not false. There is no requirement for false to be 0.

Edited by Ancient Dragon: n/a

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