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The term '''boolean''', sometimes shortened to ''bool'', refers to a value that can have two (sometimes three) values; ''true'', ''false'' and sometimes ''null'' or ''undefined''. Generally speaking though, a boolean value is either "true" or "false" and can be thought of as a type of switch; '''on''' or '''off''.
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The term ''boolean'', sometimes shortened to ''bool'', refers to a value that can have two (sometimes three) values; ''true'', ''false'' and sometimes ''null'' or ''undefined''. Generally speaking though, a boolean value is either "true" or "false" and can be thought of as a type of switch; '''on''' or '''off''.
  
 
Boolean values can be represented in several ways;
 
Boolean values can be represented in several ways;

Latest revision as of 01:57, 12 October 2009

 AN!Wiki :: Boolean

The term boolean, sometimes shortened to bool, refers to a value that can have two (sometimes three) values; true, false and sometimes null or undefined. Generally speaking though, a boolean value is either "true" or "false" and can be thought of as a type of switch; on' or off.

Boolean values can be represented in several ways;

  • TRUE, 1, t ...
  • FALSE, 0, f ...

 

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