Using <> vs. != in queries

Should one of these be used all the time? Or are there certain situations where each should be used in queries?

Thank you!

I don’t exactly understand what you mean with <> vs. !=

The SQL I used needs <> to say that it is different.

!= is something I’ve seen in some programming languages but not in SQL.

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<> is standard sql

!= is not supported in all databases

govern yourselves accordingly :smiley:


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