“Unfortunately not” or “unfortunately no”. Which one is correct?

“Unfortunately not” or “unfortunately no”. Which one is correct?

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  1. Both “unfortunately not” and “unfortunately no” can be used in the sentence. However unfortunately not is preferred and mostly used. But, unfortunately no can also be used in some instances.

    e.g.

    1. “Has he gone to school?”. “unfortunately not!”.
    2. “Has he come?”.” “Unfortunately, no!“.

    Hence both can be used in the sentence.

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