##### Asked by: Alim Genestar

asked in category: General Last Updated: 8th May, 2020# How does Java evaluate logical expressions?

**expression**on the right.

**expression**on the right.

**expression**on the right.

**Java**evaluates a

**Boolean expression**by first

**evaluating**the

**expression**on the left, then

**evaluating**the

**expression**on the right, and finally applying the relational operator to determine whether the entire

**expression**evaluates to true or false.

Also know, how are logical expressions evaluated?

**Logical operators** have the lowest precedence and are **evaluated** after all other operations have been **evaluated**. If two or more **logical operators** appear in an **expression**, the leftmost operator is performed first. if a is true or b is true. if a and b are both false.

One may also ask, how are expressions evaluated in Java? **Java** applications process data by **evaluating expressions**, which are combinations of literals, method calls, variable names, and operators. **Evaluating** an **expression** typically produces a new value, which can be stored in a variable, used to make a decision, and so on.

In this manner, what is a logical expression in Java?

**Java** For Dummies Quick Reference A **logical operator** (sometimes called a “**Boolean operator**”) in **Java** programming is an **operator** that returns a **Boolean** result that's based on the **Boolean** result of one or two other **expressions**. are evaluated before the Or **operator** is applied.

What does this Java expression evaluate to TRUE && false?

**false &&** (**false**) **evaluates** to **false** , so the last value of the ternary operator **is** returned, which **is true** . Description :- Compares two **expressions** and returns **true** only if both **evaluate to true**. Returns **false** if one or both **evaluate** to **false**.