# More Boolean Expressions in Comparisons

In this lesson, we will look at other logical operators that can be used to write more complex Boolean expressions.

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As we mentioned earlier, an expression such as age >= 20, that we use as the condition within an if statement is called a Boolean expression. These simple expressions use the relational operators given earlier in this table to compare two operands—variables, constants, or other expressions—that have primitive data types. Each expression has a value of true or false.

## Logical operators

We can combine Boolean expressions into more complex Boolean expressions by using the logical operators &&, ||, and !. These operators are named and, or, and not, respectively, and behave as follows:

📝 Note: The logical operators &&, ||, and !

• The “and” operator: The expression

boolean-expression1 && boolean-expression2

is true if both Boolean expressions are true; otherwise, it is false.

• The “or” operator: The expression

boolean-expression1 || boolean-expression2

is true if either or both Boolean expressions are true; otherwise, it is false.

• The “not” operator: The expression

!boolean-expression

is true if the Boolean expression is false; otherwise, it is false.

### The “and” operator &&

Run the code given below:

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