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C++ Operators - Logical

Logical Operators are used with binary variables. They are mainly used in conditional statements and loops for evaluating a condition. See below table for Logical Operators in C++.

&& Logical andReturns rue if both statements are truex < 5 &&  x < 10
|| Logical orReturns true if one of the statements is truex < 5 || x < 4
!Logical notReverse he result, returns false if the result is true!(x < 5 && x < 10)

Example of C++ Operators: Logical

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main(){
   bool b1 = true;
   bool b2 = false;
   cout<<"b1 && b2: "<<(b1&&b2)<<endl;
   cout<<"b1 || b2: "<<(b1||b2)<<endl;
   cout<<"!(b1 && b2): "<<!(b1&&b2);
   return 0;


b1 && b2: 0
b1 || b2: 1
!(b1 && b2): 1


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