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class TrueClass
Parent: Object
Version: 1.6

Index:

& ^ |


The global value true is the only instance of class TrueClass and represents a logically true value in boolean expressions. The class provides operators allowing true to be used in logical expressions.

instance methods
& true & anObject -> anObject

And---Returns false if anObject is nil or false, true otherwise.

^ true ^ anObject -> !anObject

Exclusive Or---Returns true if anObject is nil or false, false otherwise.

| true | anObject -> true

Or---Returns true. As anObject is an argument to a method call, it is always evaluated; there is no short-circuit evaluation in this case.

true |  puts("or")
true || puts("logical or")
produces:
or


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