Purpose |
The IMP operator works as both a logical and a bitwise arithmetic operator. |
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Syntax |
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Remarks |
The IMP operator returns FALSE (zero) if and only if its first operand is TRUE (non-zero), and its second operand is FALSE. In all other cases, it returns TRUE.
IMP is seldom used as a bitwise arithmetic operator, but here is a sample: |
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See also |
Arithmetic Operators, AND, EQV, ISFALSE, ISTRUE, NOT, OR, XOR |