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SQL - <> vs !=

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You can use one of them in the most popular databases. Some older database only supported SQL-92.

  • '<>' is from the SQL-92 standard
  • '!=' is a proprietary T-SQL operator

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/723195/should-i-use-or-for-not-equal-in-t-sql

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