There are three logical operators in Kotlin: ** &&** (AND),

**(OR) and**

`||`

**(NOT), which are used to express Boolean expressions (**

`!`

*true*or

*false*) to combine and create complex conditions.

Below are examples of using these operators in Kotlin:

`&&`

AND operator

** && AND operator** are

*true*return if both operands

*true*are and

*false*returns if at least one of the operands

*false*is. For example:

This example checks whether the value of ** a** greater than the values of

**and**

*b***is. The expression**

*c**is*

**a> b***true*, but

*is too*

**a > c***true*, therefore the value of is

**isGreater***true*.

## || OR operator

**|| OR operator **are *true* returns if at least one of the operands *true* is and *false* return if both operands *false* are. For example:

This example checks whether the value of **a** smaller than the values of **b** or **c** is. The expression **a <b **is *false*, Und** a < c** is too *false*, therefore the value of is **isLess ***false*.

## ! NOT operator

**! NOT operator:** The NOT operator inverts the Boolean value of an expression. If the expression* true* is, he will be too *false*, and if the expression *false* is, he will be too *true*. For example:

This example checks whether the value of **a** equal to the value of **b** or the value of **c** is. The expression **a == b || a == c** is *false*, and the NOT operator **!** reverses the result so that the value of **isNotEqual** *true* at a hunt.

These logical operators are useful for creating complex conditions and controlling whether a block of code should be executed or not based on the satisfaction of conditions. You will find out more about this in the next chapters.