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NOT

(logic)
The Boolean function which is true only if its input is false. Its truth table is:

A | NOT A --+---------- F | T T | F

NOT

A Boolean logic operation that reverses the input. If 0 is input, 1 is output, and vice versa. See AND-OR-NOT.
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