logical operator


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logical operator

also logic operator
n.
1. A symbol, as in a programming language, or a function that denotes a logical operation.
2. An electronic device that performs logical operations on incoming signals.
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Thus, in human view, in view of the human history marked by metaphysical and spiritual projections, Hegel's dialectics identifies the logical operator in the subject-concept whose movement is the very foundation of the world in its totality.
It sticks to the orthodox praxeological position stating that it is only strict preference that makes sense of a choice and seemingly does justice to indifference reducing it to a logical operator. Thus, indifference cannot result in choice.
Primitives Type Description && Logical operator Logical AND [parallel] Logical operator Logical OR !
Operator Description Level AOD Arithmetic operator deletion COD Conditional operator deletion Method-level LOD Logical operator deletion IHD Information hiding deletion IOD Overriding method deletion ISD Super keyword deletion OMD Overloading method deletion Class-level JTD This keyword deletion JSD Static modifier deletion JID Member variable initialization deletion Table 3: Mutation operator TR.
To capture such semantics, we apply logical operator [conjunction] (for predicate alwpred)or V (for predicate pospred) between the intermediate predicate over the set of bigraphs (G)of r in the algorithms.
Logical operators logical operator description && If both have the value true, the result is true; otherwise the result is false [parallel] If one or both have the value true, the result is true; otherwise the result is false !
A color screen and logical operator interface structure mean that the OCx is easy to use and requires a minimum of training to begin utilizing its features.
58) (1) As we shall see immediately, Kolmogorov defines what is to be the solution of a complex problem in terms of solutions of its logical components, depending on what the main logical operator is.
The requirement entails that the result of adding a logical operator to a language should be a conservative extension of the original language: in the expanded system, one cannot derive a sentence that lacks the new term unless that sentence was derivable in the old system.
In most search engines, a plus sign (+) is equivalent to the Boolean logical operator and, indicating that the word following the plus sign must be in each of the search results.
This is equivalent to the logical operator known as the equivalence function, EXCLUSIVE-NOR or XNOR (Guzik and Eaton, 1994).
Therefore, the number of acyclic execution paths added as a result of each logical operator in a logical expression is 1.