The inequality operator (`!=`

) is the opposite of the equality operator. It means "Not Equal" and returns `false`

where equality would return `true`

and *vice versa*. Like the equality operator, the inequality operator will convert data types of values while comparing.

**Examples**

1 != 2 // true

1 != "1" // false

1 != '1' // false

1 != true // false

0 != false // false

Add the inequality operator `!=`

in the `if`

statement so that the function will return "Not Equal" when `val`

is not equivalent to `99`