Boolean (Logical) Operators

Logical operators can only be used with arguments that can be evaluated to Boolean.

Boolean Operators

As the following table shows, the NOT operator is a unary prefix operator. This means that it takes only one argument and is placed in front of the argument. The AND, OR, and XOR operators are binary infix operators; they take two arguments and are placed between the corresponding arguments.

Operator Name Expression Resulting data type
NOT Logical negation NOT bool bool
AND Logical and bool AND bool bool
OR Logical or bool OR bool bool
XOR Exclusive logical or bool XOR bool bool

See Also

Type Conversion