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Legendster

  • 2 years ago

False or False is False, Not false is True. How ?

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  1. salb
    • 2 years ago
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    lets say False = 0 , True = 1 , or = + , not = ~ , say that we use standard algebra to prove this so "False or False is False" could look like: 0+0=0 "Not False is True" ~0=1 which could be written as 1=1 because the function "Not" inverts things ie. 1 becomes a 0 and 0 becomes a 1

  2. sha9
    • 2 years ago
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    thats the rules in simple math. if you only have two options, true or false. then one has to be chosen, so that the math rules are kept. ! = not true = true; !true = false; false = false; !false = true; this is also builds up over the concept of primitive computer language, where everything consists of Ones(1) and Zeroes(0), true or false.

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