Boolean.logicalAnd() method in Java

logicalAnd() method performs the logical AND operation between two boolean values. This post will discuss the logicalAnd() method of the Boolean wrapper class in detail.

  • Method declaration – public static boolean logicalAnd(boolean a, boolean b)
  • What does it do? logicalAnd() method takes two boolean arguments and performs the logical AND operation on them.
  • What does it return? It will return the final value after performing the logical AND operation.
Internal implementation of the logicalAnd() method
    public static boolean logicalAnd(boolean a, boolean b) {
        return a && b;
    }

Below are the combinations that can be passed in the logicalAnd() method and the corresponding value it will return.

logicalAnd() method combinations
Code Example
public class Codekru {

	public static void main(String[] args) {

		System.out.println("value 1: " + Boolean.logicalAnd(true, true));
		System.out.println("value 2: " + Boolean.logicalAnd(true, false));
		System.out.println("value 3: " + Boolean.logicalAnd(false, true));
		System.out.println("value 4: " + Boolean.logicalAnd(false, false));
	}
}

Output –

value 1: true
value 2: false
value 3: false
value 4: false
Time Complexity of the logicalAnd() method

As logicalAnd() method only performs the AND operation between two boolean values. So, the time complexity of the logicalAnd() method is O(1).

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