Well I noticed recently that the more unusual bool operators arnt there. How would I use them?
Ex: xand, NAND, nor, etc.

These operators can easily be computed from the other operators:

if( a NAND b)
// is equivalent to:
if( ! (a && b) )

And so on for other operators. The C/C++ designers didn't see the point in having all operators, just the basic ones.

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