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0 != 1
false, they generally are.
t/f: string comparisons are generally NOT case sensitive
Month != "October"
false, they can.
nested decision structures
this is when decisions are nested in order to test more than one condition
the -- -- lets the value of a variable or an expression determine which path of execution the program will take
0 != 0
are used between conditions to create complex Boolean expressions
Both must be true in order to be true.
Either Or Logic (can be one or the other). Only False False = False
logical operator: reverses the truth of an expression
A -- -- allows a program to perform actions only under certain conditions
A -- symbol is used in flowcharts for an "if " statement.
Determines whether a specific relationship exists between two values.
this operator means what: >
this operator means what: <
this operator means what: >=
greater than or equal to
this operator means what: <=
less than or equal to
this operator means what: ==
not equal to
this operator means what: !=
a Boolean expression
An expression that produces a true or false value when evaluated.
If then else statement
Executes one group of statements if it's Boolean expression is true, or another group if its Boolean expression is false.