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logicalop | ::= | │ │ │ |
& ! |
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The operators ! and & are called logical operators. (They
are given the names *or* and *and*, respectively.) They
operate on the truth-value interpretations of their arguments,
and they produce truth-value results.

A ! B = |
{ | 0 if both A and B have the value 01 otherwise |

A & B = |
{ | 1 if both A and B have the value 10 otherwise |

The dual operators '& and '! are defined by:

A '& B = |
'(A & B) | |

A '! B = |
'(A ! B) |

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