Not Match

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Not Match () (sometimes Natch) is the negation of Match. Thus, it returns 0 when its arguments match, and 1 when they do not. Like Match, it is a dyadic primitive function.

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APL built-ins [edit]
Primitive functions
Scalar
Monadic ConjugateNegateSignumNotRollType
Dyadic AddSubtractEqual to (Xnor) ∙ Not Equal to (Xor) ∙ MinimumMaximumComparison functions
Non-Scalar
Structural ShapeReshapeTallyDepthRavelReverseRazeMixCut (K)PairReplicatePartitioned Enclose
Selection TakeDropUniqueIdentitySelect
Selector Interval IndexIndices
Computational MatchNot MatchNub SieveFormatExecute
Primitive operators Monadic EachReplicate
Dyadic Reverse Compose
Quad names
Arrays Index originMigration level
Functions
Operators
Other ZildeHigh minusFunction axis