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Hello all!

I am typing in some code from an example in my book, but it shows the absolute value symbol, I believe, looking similar to " l l ", but it can't be just to lower case Ls spaced apart like I just made that...or is it? If not, can you tell me how to create this symbol in the compiler? Thank you!

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It depends on your keyboard.
it is not an absolute symbol, it is called a pipe.
if you look carefully it's a dashed line, not a solid one!

It is a conditional <OR>. A logical OR is as follows...

A B A|B
0 0 0
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 1

Only in this case its not logical oring values together its a conditional or but effectively the same.
It tends to be on the right side of the keyboard as a shift '\' key!

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Oh my gosh, wow, lol. I see it now. Thank you so much! lol...I can't believe I missed that...

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