AP java  De Morgan's Laws
The famous De Morgan’s laws was developed by Augustus De Morgan in the 1800s, he was a indian born mathmatician and logician. And heres how the law applies in java
De Morgan’s Laws
Distrubuting the !
(NOT) operator
TL;DR
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AND & OR operators
Here’s an example:
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According to De Morgan’s law, it’s the same as the following.
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Remember that you’ll have to change it from OR to AND to make this true
Bigger than & smaller than
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According to De Morgan’s law, it’s the same as the following.
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Note that the !
operator made the sign inclusive, since >
is exclusive.
Double equals
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this one should be pretty obvious and simple
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the opposite of ==
would be !=
In the context of java
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Let’s take a look at the logic part
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Using De Morgan’s laws, it would be the same as the following
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Now, apply the laws on them
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After that, plug in the values for each variables
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Since x is not bigger or equal to 9, or y is smaller or equal to 6, the answer should yield false
Let’s try running it
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