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This works:

if($ABC == 'Yes' and $X != $Y){
echo "Error";
exit();
}

 

I need to evaluate one more set of variables in this statement like so;

 

This does not work:

if($ABC == 'Yes' and $X != $Y or $Z != $Y){
echo "Error";
exit();
}

 

So basically I need to echo an error if $ABC == Yes and both $X and $Z do not equal $Y

 

If gives an error because it is obviously not correct.  I do not know how to make it correct.  Any suggestions?

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