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- Subject: Re: "Not false" bug?
- From: Rena <hyperhacker@...>
- Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2013 20:56:54 -0500
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 8:54 PM, Desislav Velchev
> I've been trying out the logical expressions (from a tutorial) and I came
> accross a strange bug. Here's the code I wrote and it's output:
> print(3 == 2);
> print(not false);
> print(not 3 == 2);
> So if 3==2 is an obviously false statement and the "not" keyword inverts
> false to true, how can the "not" of a false statement also return false?
> I am using Sublime Text 2 and I downloaded the latest version of LUA, so I'd
> really like to know if this is a bug from the language, from ST2 or have I
> made a mistake somewhere.
Order of operations.
> print(not 3) --3 is not false or nil, so evaluates to true
> print(not (3 == 2)) --what you intended
> print((not 3) == 2) --what you got
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