Tales of C++ - Episode Six: Boollocks—K-ballo

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Tales of C++, Episode 6:


by K-Ballo

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In the beginning there was no bool. And C++ said "let there be bool", and there was bool...

The Boolean data type is an integral type with only two values: true and false, intended to represent the truth values of logic and Boolean algebra. With only two values, what can possibly go wrong?

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