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Explaining OR, XOR, and NOR

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So why do we have both OR and XOR? And why is there an XOR but no XAND? And why is there a NOR but no NXOR?

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The OR operation of two arguments (a and b) results in a true value if either of the arguments are true. The XOR operation is like the OR operation but the result is true only if one argument is true and ...

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This solution explains the difference between the OR and XOR boolean operations. It also provides details about XAND and XNOR.