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What does & lt; & gt mean? (read it in the book)?




From the book:
An example of pseudocode correctly restructured verification conditions

while (i & lt; max_elements)
 if (Item [i] & lt; & gt; 0) then

I do not understand what & LT; & GT;

Answer 1, Authority 100%

& lt; & gt; – means “not equal to” . The syntax is similar to Paskalevsky.
In your case: If Item [i] is not 0 , then perform some actions.

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