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Ruby » Language Basics » Boolean Operators 




And, or and Not


iAmChris  = true
iAmPurple = false
iLikeFood = true
iEatRocks = false

puts (iAmChris  and iLikeFood)
puts (iLikeFood and iEatRocks)
puts (iAmPurple and iLikeFood)
puts (iAmPurple and iEatRocks)
puts
puts (iAmChris  or iLikeFood)
puts (iLikeFood or iEatRocks)
puts (iAmPurple or iLikeFood)
puts (iAmPurple or iEatRocks)
puts
puts (not iAmPurple)
puts (not iAmChris )

true
false
false
false

true
true
true
false

true
false

 














Related examples in the same category
1.the && operator means "and."
2.have more than two statements separated by &&
3.use the keyword and instead of &&.
4.|| operator is or.
5.check whether one or the other is true by using ||
6.Are more than two statements OK?
7.Chaining together multiple comparisons is also possible with a clever use of parentheses:
8.Use or in if statement
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