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The `and`

logical operator is denoted by `&&`

.

It returns `true`

if the condition on the left *and* the condition on the right are both `true`

. Otherwise, it returns `false`

.

Here’s the truth table:

a | b | a && b |
---|---|---|

false | false | false |

false | true | false |

true | false | false |

true | true | true |

For instance:

`( 1 < 2 && 2 < 3 )`

returns`true`

`( 1 < 2 && 2 > 3 )`

returns`false`

**Note:** The keyword `and`

can also be used in the place of `&&`

.

### Instructions

**1.**

Write the following `if`

statement:

- If
`hunger`

is`true`

*and*`anger`

is true, then print out the word`"Hangry"`

.

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