Was wondering what this is about.
b:boolean; by:byte; ---
b := (by and 6 = 6);
I have it in two places in my com routines that I am tring to
convert to asm and don't really know how it goes about evaluating
this experssion. So, don't know if I can convert it.
I saw in the help file. If by = 6 then it's true/ if by <> 6 then
it is false and via versa, but what does = 6 at the end of it
I understand this. b := (by and 6), but don't understand b:=(by
and 6 = 6);
do you understand this? b:= (by = 6)
b:=(by and 6 = 6); means the same as b:=((by and 6) = 6);
does that help ?
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