A term (Predicate) in Logic which yields True if one or more conditions are True, and False if any condition is False. AND is denoted , , or simply . The Binary AND operator has the following Truth Table:
A Product of ANDs (the AND of conditions) is called a Conjunction, and is denoted
Two binary numbers can have the operation AND performed bitwise with 1 representing True and 0 False. Some computer languages denote this operation on , , and as A&&B&&C or logand(A,B,C).
See also Binary Operator, Intersection, Not, Or, Predicate, Truth Table, XOR