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! is to make the opposite correct?
What is the value of !(!true)?
The quiz is telling me this is True?
Hi Malcom, so the ! operator reverse a boolean value. So if we break down that, the first thing we do is REVERSING A TRUE VALUE, which then becomes a false value. After, we reverse a false value, which then becomes true again!