If apps break down every intermediate proposition, the way humans would do it. It supports all usual connectives of classical logic such as negation, conjunction, disjunction, conditional, biconditional, constants, 1 & 0, and falsehood. The truth table calculator supports several non-classical, multi-valued systems of logic.
- Support all standard logic.
- Multiple formula input.
- User-friendly interface.
- History of previous input.
- Sharing truth table results.
- Added XOR operator.
- Added Zebra stripes.
- Category: Educational
- Developer: Varies with device
- File Size: Varies with device
- Requires OS: Varies with device
- Language: English
- Permissions: Microphone, Device ID & call information, Storage
FAQs - Truth Table Calculator
A truth table is typically looked and represented by a letter or variable, like p, q, or r.
Ludwig Wittgenstein is generally credited with inventing and popularizing the truth table.
Truth tables are always read left to right, with a primitive premise at the first column.