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A Boolean value is the simplest meaningful value that FiM++ can represent. Boolean values can only ever be one of two states, stored in memory as a single bit (either 0 or 1). Since there are only two possible values for a Boolean, it is represented by literal phrases. Boolean values are the only ones that can be used with the Boolean Operators and, or, either...or, and not.


Exactly one of:

  • correct
  • right
  • true
  • yes
  • false
  • incorrect
  • no
  • wrong

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