A logical expression is a statement that can be true or untrue in either direction. A logical expression is, for example, ab. Depending on the values of a and b, it can be true or false. In Matlab, a true logical expression computes to the value "TRUE," which is the same as 1.
Element-wise logical operators work on logical arrays element by element. The logical array operators AND, OR, and NOT are represented by the symbols &, |, and. Short-circuit logical operators enable logical operations to be short-circuited. The logical short-circuit operators AND and OR are represented by the symbols && and ||.
A symbol called an operator instructs the compiler to do different numerical or logical operations. MATLAB is primarily designed to work with complete matrices and arrays. As a result, MATLAB functions work with both scalar and non-scalar input.
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