Hi --

On Mon, 28 Jul 2008, es_ wrote:

> Thanks for help!
>
> The problem is that 3 or's don't work:
>
> ?> st = 1
> => 1
>>>      if st != 2 or st !=  5 or st !=  10 then ; st = 1 ; end
> => 1
>>>
> ?> st = 2
> => 2
>>>      if st != 2 or st !=  5 or st !=  10 then ; st = 1 ; end
> => 1
>>>
> ?> st = 2
> => 2
>>>      if st != 2 or st !=  5 or st !=  10 then ; st = 1 ; end
> => 1
>>> st = 5
> => 5
>>>      if st != 2 or st !=  5 or st !=  10 then ; st = 1 ; end
> => 1
>>> st = 10
> => 10
>>>      if st != 2 or st !=  5 or st !=  10 then ; st = 1 ; end
> => 1

It looks OK to me. What isn't working here?


David

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