Operators in LibreOffice Calc:
An operator is a character or set of characters that determine the action that is to be performed or considered.
Logical Operators are used to comparing two or more relational expressions. These operators also always give a single value as a result True or False.
Some of the logical operators are,
Logically combines two expressions. It returns a value TRUE if both or all its operands are TRUE and FALSE otherwise.
- \(=AND(12<13;14>12;7<6)\) returns \(FALSE\).
- \(=AND(12<13;14>12;7>6)\) returns \(TRUE\).
Negates an expression by inverting the bit values.
Performs a logical OR disjunction on two expressions.
Performs a logical Exclusive-Or combination of two expressions.