VBScript » Operators » Not

Version: 1.0

The Not operator is used to perform a logical negation on an expression. The expression must be of Boolean subtype and have a value of True or False. This operator causes a True expression to become False, and a False expression to become True.

The Not operator can also be used a "bitwise operator" to make a bit-by-bit inversion of the binary values of an integer. If the bit is a 1, then a 0 is returned. If the bit is a 0, then a 1 is returned. Thus, the binary value 101 becomes 010.


<% AnyExpression = True %>
<% =Not AnyExpression %>
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