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Boolean logic

What's the difference between & and "and" and between | and "or" ?

5/16/2018 1:27:18 PM

Wolfysta

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and(&) will be true if both statements are true. or(|) will be true is either of statements is true.

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hi, Logical ( and &):- it multiplies var a with var b to check the result out. Logical ( or |):- it adds var a with var b to check the results.

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thx ^^

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its same as it used in AND Gate ( truth table) OR Gate ( truth table) single operators are known as bitwise and , or double operators are known as logical and,or