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"Is Not Null" vs "Not Is Null"

Hey guys, according to this page, is not null and not is null are the same

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4070207/what-is-the-difference-between-is-not-null-and-not-is-null

However when I am using not is null for a findfirst string I get an error. However is not null works perfect.

So what's the difference and what do y'all recommend I use? Thanks guys!! = ))
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haha gustav okie dokes! = )

got it Christian! i think the Not Is Null is 2 expressions is what i was looking for - now i understand it better.

thanks Christian and gustav!! = ))
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