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!

not sure what you are asking for. Maybe some code would help.

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!

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