See Boolean operators
This term is used to mean Boolean operators, that is, those dealing with True/False values.
Terms "and", "or" and "not", used in a search to broaden or narrow the results. Also known as Boolean operators.
Operators that allow you to connect multiple simple conditions in a select query.
In programming, logical operators are used to combine conditions, so that multiple conditions can be evaluated together as a single expression. For instance, they allow a script to determine the status of conditions and in the context of if...else or while statements and execute code based on which conditions are true or false.
a set of symbols representing logical operations such as =, , , , =, =, ?, !, like, and, or, not, between
The terms AND, OR and NOT, sometimes called Boolean operators, used to manipulate sets, particularly used in researching computer accessible indices.
AND, OR, and NOT operators can be used to combine relational expressions logically in spreadsheet, database, and other programs. (See also relational operators.)