Hi,

I want to overload the != operator.  I can overload the == operator.  I
get this error when I try to run the code without commenting out the !=
operator overloading function:

CSP.rb:72: syntax error
  def !=(other)

The actual code is simply:

def !=(other)

end

Does Ruby not allow overloading !=?  Does Ruby just give you != from
==?  This is a bit of a problem for my case because while != is the
opposite of ==, there is a significant time improvement for stopping as
soon as possible for !=.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Chris