C has logical or (||), and (&&) and not (!) but doesn't have logical xor because it already exists as !=


Actually I guess this isn't quite true because && and || do the coercion into a boolean value, you'd have to do something like !x != !y to get the proper equivalent of x ^^ y

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@fraggle or (!x ^ !y) or (x ? !y : y), probably the latter being least hacky/clever

@fraggle i had to read the entire thread to stop parsing that last expression as a smiling face making some very high-context hand gestures

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