# Problem with = and ≠ signs

Hi everyone!
It’s my frist time here.
I’ve a probem: The system recognizes two strings equal (numeric and non) as different despite the fact that they are identical.

Tests whether its arguments are equal.

** Two numbers are equal if they are numerically equal, for example, 1 is equal to 1.0.*
** Two text blocks are equal if they have the same characters in the same order, with the same case. For example, banana is not equal to Banana.*
** Numbers and text are equal if the number is numerically equal to a number that would be printed with that text. For example, 12.0 is equal to the result of joining the first character of 1A to the last character of Teafor2.*
** Two lists are equal if they have the same number of elements and the corresponding elements are equal.*

Acts exactly the same as the = block found in Math

I’m sorry for my bad english.

Hi,

Is CasellaDiTesto1 a textbox or a label? Then you have to use the CasellaDiTesto1.Text block.

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Thank you so much!

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