OR operator in Java

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  1. Oscar

    • 2017/1/24

    If the first expression evaluates to 'true', then the other expression is ignored when the expressions are separated by OR operator

  2. Gordon

    • 2020/5/18

    /=

  3. Jaxson

    • 2018/12/2

    Java defines several bitwise operators, which can be applied to the integer types, long, int, short, char, and byte. Bitwise operator works on bits and performs bit-by-bit operation. Assume if a = 60 and b = 13; now in binary format they will be as follows −

  4. Cayson

    • 2017/8/27

    +

  5. Abraham

    • 2015/9/22

    The Or operator is evaluated so that the options are evaluated in order from left to right, and when the first one is true, the whole statement is true. That means if you have (valid-statement || invalid-statement) and valid-statement is true, the invalid-statement never gets evaluated.

  6. Vihaan

    • 2015/11/7

    Expressions are essential building blocks of any Java program, usually created to produce a new value, although sometimes an expression assigns a value to a variable. Expressions are built using values, variables, operators and method calls.

  7. Murphy

    • 2021/8/31

    Does Java have Elvis operator?

  8. Harris

    • 2017/10/14

    What is ternary operator in Java?

  9. Kenny

    • 2019/3/24
    if (j == len || c[j] != c[start])
    true---^              ^------Expression is NOT evaluated
    
     if (j == len || c[j] != c[start])
    false---^             ^------Expression is evaluated
    

    If the first expression is true then the jvm will not go to check the second expression in case of OR operator

  10. Zain

    • 2021/1/30

    is to decide, which value should be assigned to the variable.

  11. Fisher

    • 2015/11/11

    When it comes to object types, the == operator is used to perform a referential equality comparison. What does that mean? It means that when 

  12. Marchetti

    • 2020/10/12

  13. Hamza

    • 2016/3/25

    =

  14. Darren

    • 2017/12/30

    The so-called “conditional” or “question mark” operator lets us do that in a shorter and simpler way. The operator is represented by a question mark? Sometimes it's called “ternary” because the operator has three operands. It is actually the one and only operator in JavaScript which has that many.

  15. Nelson

    • 2020/4/7

    The so-called “conditional” or “question mark” operator lets us do that in a shorter and simpler way. The operator is represented by a question mark? Sometimes 

  16. Landyn

    • 2017/8/16

    These operators involve the mathematical operators that can be used to perform various simple or advance arithmetic operations on the primitive 

  17. Xavier

    • 2020/5/19

    -=

  18. Emory

    • 2015/5/22

    The @ symbol denotes a Java Annotation. What a Java annotation does, is that it adds a special attribute to the variable, method, class, interface, or other language elements. (This can be configured when you declare the annotation) When you add an annotation to something, other parts of the program can check whether something has an annotation or not.

  19. Flynn

    • 2018/9/11

    a *= b;

  20. Bowen

    • 2019/11/10

    HTML Character Sets HTML ASCII HTML ANSI HTML Windows-1252 HTML ISO-8859-1 HTML Symbols HTML UTF-8 Java Logical Operators.

  21. Howard

    • 2015/6/4

    Expressions are essential building blocks of any Java program, usually created to produce a new value, although sometimes an expression 

  22. Amos

    • 2020/11/13

    Java has three logical operators: && , || , and ! , which respectively stand for and, or, and not. The results of these operators are similar to their meanings in 

  23. Jonas

    • 2019/12/9

    Java Programming Java8 Java Technologies Object Oriented Programming. The ternary operator is also known as the conditional operator. This operator consists of three operands and is used to evaluate Boolean expressions. The goal of the operator is to decide, which value should be assigned to the variable. The operator is written as −.

  24. Aryan

    • 2018/5/19

    Logical Operators in Java A logical operator (sometimes called a “Boolean operator”) in Java programming is an operator that returns a Boolean result that's​ 

  25. Allen

    • 2017/4/30

    The logical OR (||) operator (logical disjunction) for a set of operands is true if and only if one or more of its operands is true. It is typically used with Boolean (logical) values. When it is, it returns a Boolean value.

  26. Axton

    • 2018/6/17

    a = a / b;

  27. Bridger

    • 2021/9/21

    The ! operator in java is the negation operator. This operator may for example be used as, if (!a) { //Do something } There is also another operator !=, which means “not equal to”

  28. Zechariah

    • 2019/8/25

    The above statement means that if the condition evaluates to true, then + operator inside system.out.println() make sure to do addition using 

  29. Robert

    • 2020/10/11

    % is the modulus operator, NOT percent! What it does is divide two numbers and return the “remainder”. So 5 % 2 is 1 since 2 goes into 5 twice with a remainder of​ 

  30. Dane

    • 2020/7/19

    +=

  31. Romeo

    • 2021/4/16

    Arithmetic operators are applied on integer and floating-point and not on boolean types. But you

  32. Archie

    • 2015/5/9

    What does @ means in java?? · +4. Are they annotations used for Javadoc documentation? · +3. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/31822020/in- 

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