Boolean operators are used in programming. It would be hard for me to explain exactly how they are used in programming without giving you a programming course, but I can tell you basically what they do. The main boolean operators are AND, OR, NOT, and XOR (exclusive or). So: * (true AND true) makes true * (true AND false) makes false * (false AND true) makes false * (false AND false) makes false * (true OR true) makes true * (true OR false) makes true * (false OR true) makes true * (false OR false) makes false * (NOT true) make false * (NOT false) makes true XOR is the same as OR except that it only allows one or the other to be true; not both: * '''(true XOR true) makes false''' * (true OR false) makes true * (false OR true) makes true * (false OR false) makes false Boolean operators can be mixed together like this: NOT (true XOR (false AND true)) makes false In programming, you often use symbols to represent these instead of writing out the words. OR is , not is !, and AND is &&. -DJ Craig They are often used by search engines. If you put in "Bob" AND "Smith" you would get results that have both Bob and Smith in them (say 150 results). If you put in "Bob" OR "Smith" you would get any result with Bob or Smith (say 3000 results). If you put in "Bob" NOT "Smith" you would get Bob Jones, but not Bob Smith. Not all search engines use these. And some use other terms for them.
Logical operators don't Compare values they combine Boolean values and produce a Boolean result. Examples of logical operators are && (and), , (or), ! (not). If you have two Boolean values and you combined them with the && operator the result will be (TRUE) only if both values were (TRUE). Relational operators compare two values and produce a Boolean result. Most of the time we use logical operators to combine the results of two or more comparison expressions that use relational operators.
Depends on the computer language, the Boolean operators may have different looks, but all the basic ones should be in place:Equality (Equals(), ==, IsTrue, IsFalse), to compare 2 boolean valuesNot (~, !, .NOT. ), negation or compliment. That is, !True TrueAnd (&, &&, .AND.), the intersection.Or (|, , .OR.), the union
PHP Operators are syntactical constructs that assign, compare, or modify a value. There are bitwise operators, arithmetic operators, boolean operators, assignment operators, and concatenation operators. There are also a wide variety of functions and class methods which simulate or utilize these operations.
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