NAND

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Blend of NOT +‎ AND, by analogy with NOR Reinterpreted as NOT + AND or negation + AND (see also NOR, formed analogically).

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NAND (plural NANDs)

  1. (logic) A binary operator composite of NOT AND; negation of AND function.

(0 NAND 0) = 1
(0 NAND 1) = 1
(1 NAND 0) = 1
(1 NAND 1) = 0

NAND Truth Table
Input Output
A B
0 0 1
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 0

Usage notes[edit]

  • Boolean variables and states (AND, OR, NOT, TRUE, FALSE etc.) are commonly written in all uppercase in order to distinguish them from the ordinary uses of the words.

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