verification of the intepretation of a simple code that contains "isequalwithequalnans"

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Could you please verify the interpretation of the code
if ~(isequalwithequalnans(a, b) ==1 | isequalwithequalnans(a, c) ==1)
'not ok'
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My interpretation is the following
If (a and b) are not equal OR (a and c) are not equal then
“Not ok”

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Andrei Bobrov
Andrei Bobrov on 6 Jul 2012
Edited: Andrei Bobrov on 6 Jul 2012
isequalwithequalnans(a,b) | isequalwithequalnans(a,c)
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C.J. Harris
C.J. Harris on 6 Jul 2012
Maybe I'm missing something here, but this is still not correct. Notice the NOT symbol (~) in the original statement. Your answer is the opposite of the correct answer.

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C.J. Harris
C.J. Harris on 6 Jul 2012
Edited: C.J. Harris on 6 Jul 2012
No, that interpretation is NOT correct.
The statement says if BOTH b and c are different to a then 'Not ok'. Or in other words it is 'ok' as long as either b OR c is equal to a.

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