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salbBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
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
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sha9Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
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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