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# Chapter 17. Yes? No? Maybe?

In Chapter 15, I introduced you to the `COMPARE` block, which takes two numbers, A and B, and examines them to determine if A is greater than, less than, or equal to B (depending on the option you select). The result of this comparison is then converted to a Logic data type (either True or False) that can be used as output using a data wire. In Chapter 16, I showed you how the RANGE block examines a value and determines whether it falls between an upper and lower value—a True or False response is then generated.

In this chapter, I'm going to show you a block that is similar to the `COMPARE` and `RANGE` blocks, but not quite the same. Instead of comparing two numbers, this block will compare two Logic data type inputs and also ...

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