AND, OR and NOT By Jack Jarvis

The AND in programming means that two statements have to be true. For example 3>2 and "Bob" == "Bob"

OR in programming is used If one or Both of the statement is true. For example 3 > 2 or "Bob" == "bob"

NOT in programming is used when a true statement then turns to False and the a False statements then turns to True. For example "Bob" == "Bob". This bit of code would be False but it's True.

This Is A Truth Table

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