Java Language Literals Boolean literals

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Boolean literals are the simplest of the literals in the Java programming language. The two possible boolean values are represented by the literals true and false. These are case-sensitive. For example:

boolean flag = true;    // using the 'true' literal
flag = false;           // using the 'false' literal

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