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The and operator is a boolean operator which returns <literal:true> only if all arguments are true, else returns <literal:false>.

Its token is named AND.

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See Also: Infix notation


Truth Table[]

2 Inputs
Inputs Output
A B
T T T
T F F
F T F
F F F

Example[]

If I have no pants and I must scream then: I would scream without pants. That's what I would do.

This loops the next part of code if the variable Applejack is equal to 99 and the variable Spike is equal to 12.

This is equivalent to the following Java code:

if (iHaveNoPants && iMustScream) { screamWithoutPants(); }

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