Evaluating the second expression
(Display Figure 5.)
The third statement in Figure 5 evaluates the expression
A!=BIt stores the result in variable C, once again overwriting the previous contents of C.
The fourth statement in Figure 5 prints the contents of C, producing the second line of text in Figure 6.
The printed output indicates that the expression is true because A is not equal to B.
Figure 6. Output produced by the code in Figure 5.
the value of world.main.C is false the value of world.main.C is true