Octopus wrote:Doc.: General Manual
Page: 36 / bottom / Comparison of objects
"..., ignoring whether both variables’ objects might have the same content."
I do not understand this. What could be different then when answering equal:
a) the pointing variables ?
b) the associated class types of the pointing variables ?
Octopus wrote:"The ‘===’-comparison operator tests for equal classes."
Does that mean, that the result is Yes when having pointing variables
of the same associated class type even when addressing different objects ?
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