Used to perform a logical conjunction on two expressions.

## Syntax

*result* = *expression1* **And** *expression2*

The **And** operator syntax has these parts:

Part | Description |
---|---|

result |
Required; any numeric variable. |

expression1 |
Required; any expression. |

expression2 |
Required; any expression. |

## Remarks

If both expressions evaluate to **True**, *result* is **True**. If either expression evaluates to **False**, *result* is **False**. The following table illustrates how *result* is determined:

If expression1 is |
And expression2 is |
The result is |
---|---|---|

True |
False |
False |

True |
Null | Null |

False |
True |
False |

False |
False |
False |

False |
Null |
False |

Null |
True |
Null |

Null |
False |
False |

Null |
Null |
Null |

The **And** operator also performs a bitwise comparison of identically positioned bits in two numeric expressions and sets the corresponding bit in *result* according to the following table:

If bit in expression1 is |
And bit in expression2 is |
The result is |
---|---|---|

0 | 0 | 0 |

0 | 1 | 0 |

1 | 0 | 0 |

1 | 1 | 1 |

## Example

This example uses the **And** operator to perform a logical conjunction on two expressions.

```
Dim A, B, C, D, MyCheck
A = 10: B = 8: C = 6: D = Null ' Initialize variables.
MyCheck = A > B And B > C ' Returns True.
MyCheck = B > A And B > C ' Returns False.
MyCheck = A > B And B > D ' Returns Null.
MyCheck = A And B ' Returns 8 (bitwise comparison).
```