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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

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Department
Information Technology Management
Course Code
ITM 200
Professor
Vikraman Baskaran

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Chapter 5
Boolean
When comparing one value with another, is known as Six comparison
operation(relational operators
Example: boolean x = (1 > 2); // Therefore boolean x = False
Relational Expression
Conditions are called relational expressions and use one of the following six relational
operators:
OperatorMeaning ExampleValue
== equals 1 + 1 == 2true
!=does not equal3.2 != 2.5true
<less than10 < 5false
>greater than10 > 5true
<= less than or equal to126 <= 100 false
>= greater than or equal to5.0 >= 5.0true
Boolean Operators
! not , | | or, && and, ^ exclusive
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Chapter 5 Boolean When comparing one value with another, is known as Six comparison operation(relational operators Example: boolean x = (1 > 2); Therefore boolean x = False Relational Expression Conditions are called relational expressions and use one of the following six relational operators: Operator Meaning Example Value == equals 1 + 1 == 2 true != does not equal 3.2 != 2.5 true < less than 10 < 5 false > greater than 10 > 5 true <= less than or equal to 126 <= 100 false >= greater than or equal to 5.0 >= 5.0 true Boolean Operators ! not , or, && and, ^ exclusive www.notesolution.com
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