Held: Tuesday, 4 February 2003
Summary: Today we expand Boolean propositions to predicates which can include facts about other values (such as integers).
cand, if the first argument is F, the value is F. If the first argument is U, the value is U. Otherwise, the value is gthe value of the second argument.
cor, if the first argument is T, the value is T. If the first argument is U, the value is U. Otherwise, the value is gthe value of the second argument.
Tuesday, 7 January 2003 [Samuel A. Rebelsky]
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