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A condition is a literal, a variable, a formula, or a method call whose value is boolean. Conditional evaluation is the action of obtaining the value of a condition.
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The name “boolean” comes from George Boole (November 2, 1815 to December 8, 1864), a nineteenth century English mathematician who did fundamental work in logic and algebra.
Augustus De Morgan (27 June 1806 to 18 March 1871) was a British mathematician and logician, a contemporary of George Boole. He worked on logic and algebra.
For example, https://unicode-table.com/en/#control-character.
For example, http://www.asciitable.com.
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