Basic logical blocks

## Branch blocks

**If** condition* is true, perform the action

**If** condition* is true, perform an action, **else** perform another action

* Boolean condition - an expression, the result of which is **“true”** or **“false”**

You can modify these blocks by adding more conditions to them

## Logic AND and OR

If at least one of the simple statements connected by the **AND** operation is false, then the compound statement will also be false

If at least one of the simple statements connected by the **OR** operation is true, then the compound statement will also be true

## Comparison operations

Usually used with numbers. Equality operations can also be used on text

You can only compare data of the same type (you can’t compare numbers and text)

## True/False

Boolean variable

## Logical NOT

The logical operation does **NOT** invert the statement behind it

For example, the following expression (however useless but cognitive) will return true

## Ternary conditional operation

A ternary operation can be defined as an operation that returns its second expression depending on the value of the logical expression given by the first expression. The operation algorithm is as follows:

- The boolean expression is evaluated
- If the logical expression is true, then the value of expression 1 is evaluated; otherwise, the value of expression 2 is evaluated
- The computed value is returned

Only one of the expressions is evaluated: expression 1 or expression 2. This corresponds to the principle of lazy evaluation

### Example

- If both simple buttons are pressed, then change
**“color”** to **“blue”**, otherwise - **“red”** - Set a simple light bulb to the color stored in the
**“color”** variable

Which is equivalent to the following construction

## True with probability

Boolean variable whose truth will depend on the specified probability