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Java Java Objects (Retired) Meet Objects Refresher

java Objects quiz questions:

boolean should continue = isRefreshed __________ isReadyToGetStarted, what is the answer?

2 Answers

Kourosh Raeen
Kourosh Raeen
23,733 Points

Use && to ensure that both boolean variables are true.

Thank you very much Kourosh!

An "and"(&&) comparison only returns true when both conditions are met. Whereas the "or"( || ) comparison returns true as long as at least one of the conditions is true.

thanks Uriah, but Kourosh won. just kidding. Thank you very much!