Ruby also has the or operator (||). Ruby’s || is called an inclusive or because it evaluates to true when one or the other or both expressions are true. Check it out:

true || true # => true true || false # => true false || true # => true false || false # => false



Set each variable to true or false depending on what value you expect the expression to return.

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