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glossary:glossary_a [2015/01/08 23:52]
Wayne [And] NOR and OR are listed as upper case so I changed And to AND to be consistent
glossary:glossary_a [2015/01/09 01:38]
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 This is a Boolean operator which is used to join two statements so that the final statement is true only if the individual statements are all true. Thus (X>​1)AND(X<​2) is true if X is between 1 and 2. In electronic logic circuits an AND circuit is shown [[logicgates#​and|here]]. This is a Boolean operator which is used to join two statements so that the final statement is true only if the individual statements are all true. Thus (X>​1)AND(X<​2) is true if X is between 1 and 2. In electronic logic circuits an AND circuit is shown [[logicgates#​and|here]].
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