Wednesday, 5 February 2014

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Boolean Expressions in Java

Boolean Expression :


The expressions that results in either True or False is called as the Boolean Expression. The Boolean expression is a combination of constants, variables and logical and relational operators.

A Boolean expression may contain just one signed or unsigned variables or a constant, or it may have two or more variables or constants, or two or more expressions joined by a valid relational or logical operators. Two or more operators should not occur in continuation.

Examples : x>y

(x+y)>=(x/z)

(-y)

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Constants and Operators in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Expressions in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Variables in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Shift and Bitwise Operator in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Assignment and Shorthand Operator in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Arithmetic Operators and their precedence in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Increment and Decrement Operators in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Relational Operators in Java
ICSE 10th Standard – Comment Statements in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Statements in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Some Operators in Java
ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Escape Sequences in Java


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