Definition of Boolean in English:

Boolean

Line breaks: Bool|ean
Pronunciation: /ˈbuːlɪən
 
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adjective

Denoting a system of algebraic notation used to represent logical propositions by means of the binary digits 0 (false) and 1 (true), especially in computing and electronics.
More example sentences
  • Indeed, today, all computers are based on Boolean algebra, another example that mathematics is often a hundred years ahead of its time.
  • It began the algebra of logic called Boolean algebra which now finds application in computer construction, switching circuits etc.
  • Then in 1934 he published two papers on Boolean algebras.

noun

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A binary variable that can have one of two possible values, 0 (false) or 1 (true).
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  • The full Boolean is available from the main page search box and supports nesting.
  • Its search defaults to a Boolean AND and supports phrase searching with quotation marks.
  • There are two types of options, Boolean (true/false) options and those that take a value.

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