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How do '.anai' make 'if'? How do 'na .a' make 'if'?Sorry, I have not written English in long time.

How do '.anai' make 'if'? How do 'na .a' make 'if'?

Sorry, I have not written English in long time.

All A logical connectives have truth table TTTF. TRUE a TRUE = TRUE TRUE a FALSE = TRUE FALSE a TRUE = TRUE FALSE a FALSE = FALSESo {a}'s truth table is TTTF. TRUE a nai TRUE = TRUE TRUE a nai FALSE = TRUE FALSE a nai TRUE = FALSE FALSE a nai FALSE = TRUEThus, {a nai}'s truth table is TTFT. TRUE na a TRUE = TRUE TRUE na a FALSE = FALSE FALSE na a TRUE = TRUE FALSE na a FALSE = TRUEAnd {na a}'s truth table is TFTT.Logical connection and truth tables http://jbotcan.org/cllc/c14/s1.htmlThe Four basic vowels http://jbotcan.org/cllc/c14/s2.html

All A logical connectives have truth table TTTF.

TRUE a TRUE = TRUE TRUE a FALSE = TRUE FALSE a TRUE = TRUE FALSE a FALSE = FALSE

So {a}'s truth table is TTTF.

TRUE a nai TRUE = TRUE TRUE a nai FALSE = TRUE FALSE a nai TRUE = FALSE FALSE a nai FALSE = TRUE

Thus, {a nai}'s truth table is TTFT.

TRUE na a TRUE = TRUE TRUE na a FALSE = FALSE FALSE na a TRUE = TRUE FALSE na a FALSE = TRUE

And {na a}'s truth table is TFTT.

Logical connection and truth tables http://jbotcan.org/cllc/c14/s1.html

The Four basic vowels http://jbotcan.org/cllc/c14/s2.html

All 16:TTTT (always true)TTTF first is true and/or second is true.TTFT first is true if second is true.TTFF first is true whether or not second is true.TFTT first is true only if second is true.TFTF whether or not first is true, second is true.TFFT first is true if and only if second is true.TFFF first is true and second is trueFTTT first and second are not both true.FTTF first or second is true, but not both.FTFT whether or not first is true, second is false.FTFF first is true, but second is false.FFTT first is false whether or not second is true.FFTF first is false, but second is true.FFFT neither first nor second is true.FFFF (always false)

All 16:

TTTT (always true)TTTF first is true and/or second is true.TTFT first is true if second is true.TTFF first is true whether or not second is true.TFTT first is true only if second is true.TFTF whether or not first is true, second is true.TFFT first is true if and only if second is true.TFFF first is true and second is true

FTTT first and second are not both true.FTTF first or second is true, but not both.FTFT whether or not first is true, second is false.FTFF first is true, but second is false.FFTT first is false whether or not second is true.FFTF first is false, but second is true.FFFT neither first nor second is true.FFFF (always false)