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Logical Operators

Description

For logical operators, boolean expressions or expressions that evaluates to an integer value are specified as operands; TRUE, FALSE or NULL is returned as the result. If the INTEGER value is used, 0 is evaluated to FALSE and the other values are evaluated to TRUE. If a boolean value is used, 1 is evaluated to TRUE and 0 is evaluated to FALSE.

The following table shows the logic operators supported by CUBRID.

Logical Operators Supported by CUBRID

Logical Operator

Description

Condition

AND, &&

If all operands are TRUE, it returns TRUE.

a AND b

OR, ||

If none of operands is NULL and one or more operand is TRUE, it returns TRUE. If pipes_as_concat is no that is a parameter related to SQL statements, a double pipe symbol can be used as OR operator.

a OR b

XOR

If none of operand is NULL and each of operand has a different value, it returns TRUE.

a XOR b

NOT, !

A unary operator. If a operand is FALSE, it returns TRUE. If it is TRUE, returns FALSE.

NOT a

True Table of Logical Operators

a

b

a AND b

a OR b

NOT a

a XOR b

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

NULL

NULL

TRUE

FALSE

NULL

FALSE

FALSE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

NULL

FALSE

NULL

TRUE

NULL

Note

You should put the logical expressions in brackets in the SELECT list.

SELECT 1 = 1 FROM db_root;

ERROR: syntax error, unexpected '='

 

SELECT (1 = 1) FROM db_root;

        (1=1)

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