If both numbers are non-zero, output a 1
&& takes any given number, compares it to another specified number, and outputs a if the two numbers are both non-zero numbers, or a if either number is 0.
|| Sets an initial value to be stored by &&. A number in the right inlet changes the value set by the argument.
|| In left inlet: Performs the operation with the numbers currently stored. If there is no argument, && initially holds .
|| If the number in both inlets is not
, then the output is . If the number in one or both of the inlets is , then the output is . A number in the left inlet triggers the output. |
|| In right inlet: The number is compared to the number in the left inlet to determine output but only a number in the left inlet will trigger output.
|| Converted to
|| The word
followed by a number will set the input value without causing output. |
Both numbers are not 0... Used to combine comparisons
Bitwise intersection of two numbers
Bitwise union of two numbers
If either of two numbers is non-zero, output a 1
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