If I remember correctly (== 0) is false. And (== 1) is true.
I think any thing not (== 0) is true
so (== -1) is true
(!= -1) is false.
Is that correct?
If the above statements are correct then code above says:
(where 'email.direct' is an email address)
If the email address, when it has been set to all lower case, is not
then set 'current.short_description'
to be the string 'test default short description'.
Is this correct?
Sorry two questions but they sort of build on each other.
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