Template:Boolandnoteq

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Usage

This template returns a string, if the first argument exists and the second and the third argument differ from each other. It is employed in template:ElementDocu to handle the case: ownAttributes exists and is not None: {{boolandnoteq|{{ownAttributes|}}|{{ownAttributes}}|''None''}}

Arguments

The template has three obligatory, unnamed arguments:

  • 1: The argument to exist
  • 2: The first argument to compare. e.g. a variable
  • 3: The second argument to compare. e.g. a string or another variable

Example

{{boolandnoteq|DB|SNCF|ÖBB}}

returns 1

{{boolandnoteq||SNCF|ÖBB}}

returns nothing

{{boolandnoteq|DB|ÖBB|ÖBB}}

returns nothing