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The different boolean values, true, false, and nil, have different precedence in a program. The same is true with differ
Could you explain about the following sentences?
"The different boolean values, true, false, and nil, have different precedence in a program. The same is true with different operators like the and and or operators."
In my thought, operator has precedence. But how the values(true, false) can have precedence?
I think Jason explains it well in the video - I don't think I can do a better job than that!