WolframLang: True/False (boolean)

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True and False are builtin Symbols to represent true and false.

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(* True *)

Boolean Operators (Logic Operators)

And[x, y]
(short syntax: x&&y)
Return True when all args are True. And
x = True;
y = True;
x && y
Or[x, y]
(short syntax: x||y)
Return True if any args is True. Or
x = True;
y = False;
x || y
Not[x]
(short syntax: !x)
Return True if arge is False, and vice versa. Not
x = False;
! x

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