How is the ‘and’ operator used in C++?

In C++, `and` is a logical AND operator used to perform logical AND operations. It has the same functionality as the `&&` operator, both used to perform logical AND operations on two boolean expressions. However, the `and` operator has lower precedence and is a stricter logical operator that does not allow implicit type conversions.

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bool a = true;
bool b = false;

if (a and b) {
    cout << "Both a and b are true" << endl;
} else {
    cout << "Either a or b is false" << endl;

In C++, the “and” operator is not commonly used, while the “&&” operator is more common.

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