What we've covered so far is enough to cover most of what you can do with Graph calls, and some more besides. Let's take a look at the more advanced features of FQL.
if statements in AS3, FQL's
WHERE clause can take both logical and comparison operators.
We can use the mathematical comparison operators
!=. (An alternative to
<>, which you may see in examples online.)
These all work the same as in AS3, with the exception of
=, which is like AS3's
==; it's used for checking equality rather than assigning a value.
The most useful scenario for using these is when you want to filter out objects past a certain age.
NOT will be familiar to you, although in AS3 we would ...