#90 – More Complex Logical Expressions

Using the basic logical operators, you can build up more complex expressions.

bool travel = haveVacHours && (haveMoney || (canGetLoan && !tonsOfDebt));

The above expression could be read as “I will travel if I have the vacation hours and I either have money on hand or I can take out a loan and don’t already have massive debt”.

Parentheses are used to indicate precedence–i.e. which sub-expressions should be evaluated first.  In the above example, the order of evaluation is: rightmost &&, then ||, then leftmost &&.

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About Sean
Software developer in the Twin Cities area, passionate about software development and sailing.

One Response to #90 – More Complex Logical Expressions

  1. kai zhou says:

    Nice job. Thanks Sean.

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