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An equality condition allows us to check whether two values are the same.

For example, imagine a store holding a sale every Wednesday. The cashier would need to compare whether the day “is equal to” Wednesday. In code, the phrase “is equal to” is often represented as “==”. This code might look like.

``````Add up items
If Today == Wednesday {
Apply Discount to purchase
}
Display total``````

Sometimes we want to define a condition in terms of check whether two values are not equal. For checking if values are different, we use != in code. Imagine we are trying to find an empty room for a meeting:

``````Go to conference room
If (room != empty) {
Find a different room
}
Start meeting``````

Here, we would start a meeting if the room we found was empty, or we would have gone to a different room if someone was already there.

We use equality conditions when we need to see whether two values are the same. With Codey, we will check whether the block ahead is a hedge. Let’s get started!

### Instructions

Codey is trying to get to the flag, but there are some hedges in the way. When Codey sees a hedge, they need to move out of the way of it. Can you make a program that avoids the hedges?

Hint

Codey should move up when the block to the right is a hedge.

Solution
``````While program is running
If Space right is hedge
Move up
Move right``````