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I am stuck on this question: What symbol do we use to ensure both of these booleans variables are true:
boolean shouldContinue = isRefreshed___________isReadyToGetStarted;
Ken AlgerTreehouse Teacher
You are wanting the logical AND operator there. In Java that is
You can use one of the logical operators, the operator you are looking for is an AND operator and it is determined by "&&" symbol.
example : expression && expression