I can’t remember where I saw this, but it made an interesting Question of the Day:
where Profit !< 10000;
I had never seen anything like this, in all my years of working in C, C++, Java, Lisp, APL, Pascal, Fortran, VB, C#, SQL, and more. However, there are apparently a few operators that I’ve never used:
These are the not less than and not greater than.
Weird, though I guess this makes sense. Personally, I think restructuring as greater than or equal to instead of not less than makes perfect sense.