The boolean false constant
Evaluates to the false boolean constant. True is equivalent to the integer 0 too. This function/constant is useful to keep your code readable: when you have a variable that can assume boolean values it's nicer to use $true and $false instead of the integer constants 1 and 0. The reader will undestand immediately that the variable simply can't assume any other value.
Syntax Specification
<boolean> $false

    %a = $false
    echo $typeof(%a)
    echo $(%a + 1)

See also

Index, Functions
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