C - Logical Operators
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C Logical Operators - Definition and Usage
- In C-Programming the logical operators are used for defining the logical operation.
- Generally, there are three logical operators in c language.
- logical AND (&&)
- logical OR (||)
- logical NOT (!)
|&&||logical AND||(x>5)&&(y<5)||It returns true when both conditions are true|
|||||logical OR||(x>=10)||(y>=10)||It returns true when atleast one of the condition is true|
|!||logical NOT||!((x>5)&&(y<5))||It reverses the state of the operand “((x>5) && (y<5))”If “((x<5) && (y<5))” is true, logical NOT operator makes it false|
Sample - C Code
C Code - Explanation
- In this statement we are using the logical operator AND(&&) if both conditions are true. Here m>n condition will be satisfied because m=40 and n=20 and the next condition is that m not equals to “0” is satisfied so the print statement prints the output as “&& operator: Both condition is true” .
- In this statement we are using the logical operator OR (||) so only one condition is satisfied. Here o>p condition will not be satisfied because o=20 and p=30 and also the next condition “m” is not equals to “20” so the print statement prints the output as “||operator: only one condition is true” .
Sample Output - Programming Examples
- Here in this output the “if” condition satisfy both condition so output will be displayed as “&& Operator: Both conditions are true” in the output window.
- Here in this output the “if” condition satisfy only one condition so output will be displayed as “|| Operator: Only one condition is true” in the output window.