Logical Operators Section
This section constitutes all the nodes for logical comparison between the values present. There are three major logical operators that are present in blup:
- 1.AND - It returns true if both the value present are true. For example:- X<5 AND X<10.
- 2.OR - It returns true if any one of the values provided is true for example:– X<40 OR X<50.
- 3.NOT - It inverts the value that you have provided. For example, if you have given a true value then it returns false and vice versa.
This node helps to implement logical AND between two boolean values. This node return True if both the values provided are True else it returns false.
This node implements logical OR between two boolean values. This node returns true if either A or B are True, it returns False only when both the value provided are false.
This node applies the logical NOT to a boolean value provided. This node negates the value provided, i.e. it returns true if the value provided is false and false if the value provided is true.