Re: htdig: Boolean NOT

Geoff Hutchison (
Fri, 25 Sep 1998 15:55:49 -0400

At 11:14 AM -0400 9/23/98, J. op den Brouw wrote:
>can someone explain why the boolean construct NOT <word> gives
>a boolean not-correct error. Only construct like
><word> NOT <word> seems to work. BTW, that's the answer to an
>earlier question: it's <word> NOT <word> and not
><word> AND NOT <word>.

I think you've almost answered your question (in a way). The construct NOT
is standing for AND NOT, which isn't the same as a single negation. So "NOT
<word>" confuses it since it's looking for the form "<word> NOT <word>"

-Geoff Hutchison
Williams Students Online

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