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C# Intermediate C# Abstraction Composition

Fredrik Rönnehag
Fredrik Rönnehag
2,342 Points


In the public bool IsActive, why do you add !(IsNeutralized || HasScored); Instead of, public bool IsActive => _incarnation1.IsActive || _incarnation2.IsActive; ? Doesn't that check the same things?

1 Answer

Slava Serbov
Slava Serbov
18,398 Points

Hi, Nope, you need to revert the statement, so we should use an exclamation mark. IsNeutralized = !(true) will be - IsActive = false Or HasScored = !(false) will be - IsActive = true