Wow, this ONE video cleared up so much for me. I’ve SO MANY different ways that folks write LOGIC that I don’t even BOTHER trying to read it. But this SINGLE video showed me how they’re all saying the SAME THINGS. All that different notation isn’t logical to me but every field has its favorites from their own traditions I guess. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7psnyIbGt2A

Wow, this ONE video cleared up so much for me.
 
I’ve SO MANY different ways that folks write LOGIC that I don’t even BOTHER trying to read it.
 
But this SINGLE video showed me how they’re all saying the SAME THINGS.
 
All that different notation isn’t logical to me but every field has its favorites from their own traditions I guess.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7psnyIbGt2A
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 In boolean, there’s only one number or nothing.So, it’s said: 1 or 0.

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 That’s a flaw in Boolean: It can’t handle the neverwas or the might-have-beens or the oncewas
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