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exclusive or

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(Logic) logic the connective that gives the value true to a disjunction if one or other, but not both, of the disjuncts are true. Also called: exclusive disjunction Compare inclusive or
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The advantage of franchises, whether exclusive or non-exclusive, is that the local governing authority is able to set minimum standards and environmental service requirements, Skinner adds.