"has no" versus "does not have"

Subject: "has no" versus "does not have"
From: "Rivas, Merrie" <merrie -at- STATEOFTHEART -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 2 Feb 1996 07:06:57 PST

Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct and why/why
not? Are both of them correct?

1. The record description is a text entry which has no conditional
logic.

2. The record description is a text entry which does not have
conditional logic.

merrie -at- stateoftheart -dot- com


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