I thought you were kidding me, like that Boolean Algebra stuff.
No stronger proof of this can be given than the Boolean logic embedded in computer hardware and programming languages.
in reference to abstract algebraic systems, 1851, named for George Boole (1815-1864), English mathematician. The surname is a variant of Bull.
logic
1. Boolean algebra. programming
2. (bool) The type of an expression with two possible values, "true" and "false". Also, a variable of Boolean type or a function with Boolean arguments or result. The most common Boolean functions are AND, OR and NOT.
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