# R Programming language - R Boolean Expression

In R programming language, a Boolean expression is an expression that evaluates to either TRUE or FALSE. It is used to test conditions in control structures such as if-else statements, while loops, and for loops.

The following operators can be used to construct Boolean expressions in R:

Comparison operators:

`==`

for equal to`!=`

for not equal to`<`

for less than`>`

for greater than`<=`

for less than or equal to`>=`

for greater than or equal toLogical operators:

`&`

for logical AND`|`

for logical OR`!`

for logical NOTSpecial operators:

`isTRUE()`

to test if an expression is TRUE`isFALSE()`

to test if an expression is FALSE`is.na()`

to test if an expression is NA (missing value)`identical()`

to test if two objects are identical

Examples of Boolean expressions in R:

regi:ot refiftidea.comx <- 5 y <- 10 x == y # FALSE x != y # TRUE x < y # TRUE x > y # FALSE x <= y # TRUE x >= y # FALSE a <- TRUE b <- FALSE a & b # FALSE a | b # TRUE !a # FALSE isTRUE(a) # TRUE is.na(x) # FALSE identical(x, y) # FALSE