Boolean

a.

Pronunciation

/buˈliən/

Definition

A data type that can have one of two values, “True” or “False.”

Boolean data types are frequently employed when capturing one of two strictly opposing values of an attribute. Other conceptualizations for Boolean values are “Yes” or “No” and “1” or “0.” An example of a Boolean data type applied to an attribute is <Contains Latex> with values “Yes” and “No.”

Category

Metadata

Related Terms

Boolean Attribute, Metadata

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