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About_Comparison_Operators document bug for -ne by Jason Yoder


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Type: Bug
ID: 781926
Opened: 3/22/2013 7:03:48 AM
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In the documentation for About_Comparison_Operators, in the list of operators in the LONG DESCRIPTION, there is a typo. The second operator listed is -neq. This should be -ne. This type is both in the online documentation and the current version of the help file.

See below:

LONG DESCRIPTION
    Comparison operators let you specify conditions for comparing values and
    finding values that match specified patterns. To use a comparison operator,
    specify the values that you want to compare together with an operator that
    separates these values.

    Windows PowerShell includes the following comparison operators:

     -eq
     -neq <<< Error >>>
     -gt
     -ge
     -lt
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