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What numbers mean "true" and "false" in FunC?

Programming languages often use 0 for "false" and -1 for "true". It works that way in FunC, too. But what about all the other numbers? Do they have a boolean value and which one is it?

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Posted 10 months ago
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false is zero. true is -1. All other non-zero integers are also like a boolean true.

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