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This operator performs a logical “or” operation between its inputs and returns 1 (if at least one input is non-zero) or 0 (if all inputs are zero).
Typically, “or” is used as an input to conditional operators such as If and While. All inputs and the output data type are integers.
Instead of any non-zero value being treated the same, the input is broken into individual bits and the operation performed on them.
Input Number 1…N
The input values to be combined together.
Where the next input value should be connected. Up to 64 inputs can be specified.
The logical “or” combination of all inputs.