**Definition:**Boolean logic is a type of decision making utilized by computers to decide if a statement is true or false. There are four main boolean operators used to evaluate a statement as true or false. They are:

**&&** - true if both operands are true

**||** - true if at least one operand is true

**xor** - true if ONLY one operand is true

**!** - true if a single operand is false

**Examples:**

A is True

B is True

C is False

**A && B**

This is asking for A and B to both be true, since they are both true, this expression is TRUE

**A || C**

This is asking for A or C to be true. Again this is a TRUE expression

**A xor B**

This is asking for A or B but not both, to be true. Since they are both true, this expression is FALSE

**!A**

This is asking for A to be false. Since A is true, this expression is FALSE

**!C**

This is asking for C to be false. Since C is false, this expression is TRUE