From Verbal to Shape-Value Notation



The figure below shows two examples of how the internal code of the logic alphabet is used to represent the common binary connectives "and" and "or".

The far left of the set of equivalences contain the representation is in verbal form. To the right of the first equivalent sign is given in terms of dot-squares. The next is letter-shape (including the square truth-table). The representation to the far right is the standard infix notation using the logic alphabet.


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