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Evaluation of boolean functions in Mathematica 8

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  • Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2012 04:55:30 -0400 (EDT)
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Hello,

I want to evaluate a Boolean function by substituting True and False values for its variables, to get a True or False value at the output. Example,

g = BooleanConvert[And[p, q, r], "BFF"]

g[True,True,True]

But the above statement does not evaluate g at the data-point given, but instead returns the statement,

BooleanFunction[<3>][p,q,r][True,True,True]

Can anybody please suggest how to proceed?

Thanks a lot.



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