EasyLanguage Reserved Words & Functions
This boolean operator is used with a logical expression to return True if the expression is False, and to return False if the expression is True.
The following example shows how NOT returns the opposite of value of the expression to its right:
Condition1 = True;
Condition2 = False;
Print (Not Condition1); // prints False
Print (Not Condition2); // prints True
Print (Not (Condition1 AND Condition2)); // prints True