It means you do not love something/someone. A computer programmer's joke.
I !<3 you.
I'll also program a breakup into code. (GML. It is similar to C++)...
//Yes this had to do with my life :'(
//0 means doesn't love
//1 means is in love
//how it started out:
//how it ended out:
//notice how guy is still 1 ... :(
//and this is always checking for any changes::
if (girl=1 and guy=1) then truelove=1;
else if (girl!=1 or guy!=1) then truelove=0;
Also, this is taken from Veggie's definition for !
In the programming world, this means NOT. It is mostly used in boolean expressions, mostly found in if statements, to express the non-equality of something.
It can be used with an '=' sign like this: 3 != 4, meaning 3 does not equal 4. This is a true expression, and so the expression would return TRUE. However, if I put: ((6-3) != (5-2)) I'm basically saying 6-3 is not equal to 5-2, or 3 does not equal 3. But 3 DOES equal 3. So this expression would return false.
NOTE: != is pronounced as "Does Not Equal"