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AND

(logic)
(Or "conjunction") The Boolean function which is true only if all its arguments are true. The truth table for the two argument AND function is:

A | B | A AND B --+---+--------- F | F | F F | T | F T | F | F T | T | T

AND is often written as an inverted "V" in texts on logic. In the C programming language it is represented by the && (logical and) operator.

AND

A Boolean logic operation that is true if both inputs are true. See AND-OR-NOT.
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