To execute logical operations, logical operators are employed. Boolean expressions are used with logical operators, which return a Boolean value. In loops and decision-making statements, logical operators are combined with conditional operators.
#1) Symbol for the Logical AND Operator: "&&" The AND operator returns true when both values are true, and it will return false if any of the values are false.
#2) Symbol for the Logical OR Operator: "||" The OR operator returns true if any of the conditions/operands are true. When both operands are false, they will return false.
#3) Symbol for the Logical NOT Operator: "!" The NOT operator reverses any condition's logical conclusion. The result is false if the state is true; the result is true if the condition is false.