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# what is boolean logic?

10/28/2019 12:58:45 PM

Ashish singh

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https://www.sololearn.com/learn/Python/2279/?ref=app

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Ashish kumar singh Here are some good tutorials that can help.😉 • https://scrimba.com/playlist/pNpZMAB • https://www.sololearn.com/post/130304/?ref=app

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HonFu Ouch... What are these new learners to do if they don't quite understand a concept once they've reviewed in a section with basic coverage? I've seen other responses in SoloLearn telling people they should first complete courses before asking such questions. However, in this case, when the OP did complete the course, the response is he should know this already. Assuming this is his first pass at learning a new imperative programming language, it's highly unlikely he will retain everything covered in these courses. Even if he did review that section, he may not fully grasp it as it was very basic. Many concepts may require new learners to cover material multiple times, over and over from different view points before things will begin to click as simply as they do for you and me. I know I take for granted how natural these concepts feel to me. While there are so many bad questions out there, let's try to recognize the ones that might actually deserve proper guidance, which, you so generously provide.

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Ashish kumar singh Aside from the content covered in this section, what specifically are you struggling with? https://www.sololearn.com/learn/Python/2279/

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Basically true and false conditions. Making decisions based on whether a condition is satisfied (true) or not (false). I believe it is called Boolean logic because this branch of logic was first introduced by mathematician George Boole. Apologies if I am repeating information already given in the tutorial as I haven't reread the tutorial lately.

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You have completed the whole Python course, so you should really know this! Otherwise (but then, how did you finish?) please reread that part of the tutorial.

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True and false Operators like and, or, not

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https://www.sololearn.com/learn/Python/2279/

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Hi, well this is a very common question when somebody gets in the code, and could be a little bit hard to understand at the beginning but it is easy. Basically it is about ones and zeroes, where 1 represents a True value and 0 represents a False value and it comes in Form of logical sentences, when you are comparing an expression in a programm for example: 2>=0 you are making a logical sentence and the result will be one of the values described before (1 in this case because the sentence is True) You just have to play around with the operators and you will see how easy is

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True or False, Correct or Wrong, Yes or No, Tama o Mali, Sakto og Dili, May kami o Wala Talagang Kami In short it is simply, True or False