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The aims of this chapter are:

  • To examine the last predefined type available in Fortran: logical.

  • To introduce the concepts necessary to use logical expressions effectively:

    • Logical variables.

    • Logical operators.

    • The hierarchy of operations.

    • Truth tables.

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Chivers, I., Sleightholme, J. (2018). Logical. In: Introduction to Programming with Fortran. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75502-1_16

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