Name

### && (logical AND)

Examples
```k = 0
for y in range(5, 95, 5):
k += 1
if y > 45 and k % 2 == 0:
# Set color to red for every other line
# for all y > 45.
stroke(color(255, 0, 0))
else:
stroke(0)    # Set color to black
line(30, y, 80, y)
```
Description

Compares two expressions and evaluates to True only if both evaluate to True. Returns False if one or both evaluate to False. The following list shows all possible combinations:

```True and False   # Evaluates False because the second is False
False and True   # Evaluates False because the first is False
True and True    # Evaluates True because both are True
False and False  # Evaluates False because both are False
```

The "and" operator is short-circuiting; it will not bother to evaluate its second expression of the first is False. That means, in the following example, that DoSomething is never called:

```def DoSomething():
print "I did something!"
return True

x = False
if x and DoSomething():
print "This cannot happen."
```
Syntax
```expression1 and expression2
```
Parameters
expression1 any valid expression any valid expression
Related or (logical OR)
not (logical NOT)
if

Updated on Tue Feb 27 14:07:12 2024.

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