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True is a constant integer, equal to the value 1. It is used to state that something is true and not false.
Checking whether a variable is true, is the same as checking if it's nonzero.
Program example; Private int b = true; Begin // comparison with the constant TRUE if(b == true) say("b was TRUE! so b==1"); else say("b was not TRUE! so b!=1"); end // checking the integer itself if(b) say("b was true! so b!=0"); else say("b was false! so b==0"); end Loop frame; End End