A logical (Boolean) operator that returns True if one or both of its operands are true. Logical operators are used in logical (Boolean) expressions that operate with true/false values.
E1 Or E2
- E - true/false expressions.
- If one of the true/false expressions evaluates to True, the whole expression is evaluated as true due to the or logical operator. For example:
(10 > 1) or (10 > 20)
- Will evaluate to True since the first expression is true, even though the second expression (10 > 20) is false.
- The whole expression is evaluated as true if only one of the individual expressions evaluates to true. For example:
(10 > 100) or (100 < 2000) or (21 = 1)
- Will evaluate to True since the second expression (100 < 2000) is indeed true.
- See And for logical and true/false expressions.
2 = 1 Or 2 > 2
Will return a value of False.
True Or False Or False
Will return a value of True.