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PL/SQL - Syntax for CASE when RuleID not equal to value 1 or not equal to value3

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Hi again,
This is probably simple, but I can't get my statement to work with <> or not IN;

CASE WHEN (RuleID) not equal to 'Value1' or not equal to 'Value3' then 1.

Thanks and Happy Holidays,
Syhctl
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CASE WHEN RuleID NOT IN ( 'Value1' , 'Value3' ) then 1 ELSE NULL END
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