## How to simplify Boolean expression with XOR?

If you consider that A XOR B is equivalent to (A AND ~B) OR (~A AND B) then the rest should be easy.

## Difference between or and xor

It has to do with mutual exclusion. xor is exclusive. or is inclusive. Truth Table Comparison Note: the difference in the last case. xor is only true when either \$x or \$y is true, but not both (as the case for or).

## Is there any format specifier of bool in C?

In the following example, I’m trying to scan the value of boolean type of variable. When I compile in GCC, I get following warning, code: My question is, Is there any format specifier of bool in C

## Is there a Boolean data type in Microsoft SQL Server like there is in MySQL? [duplicate]

You could use the BIT datatype to represent boolean data. A BIT field’s value is either 1, 0, or null.

## Any good boolean expression simplifiers out there? [closed]

You can try Wolfram Alpha as in this example based on your input: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=((A%20OR%20B)%20AND%20(NOT%20B%20AND%20C)%20OR%20C)&t=crmtb01&f=rc