Logical operators are used to connect multiple conditions within a if..else.. statement. The different types of Logical operators are as follows:
Working of the Logical operators may be explained in the following way.
If two conditions are connected by a AND (&&) Operator: i.e.
if ( condition 1 && condition 2 )
Then, the statement is executed, only when both condition 1 and condition 2 are TRUE
If two conditions are connected by an OR (||) Operator: i.e.
if ( condition 1 || condition 2 )
Then, the statement is executed, when any one of the conditions is TRUE
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