# KS3 Computing/Logic/OR

< KS3 Computing | Logic

With the Boolean operator '**OR'**, the result Q is TRUE when at least one of its inputs are true.
So the result is TRUE when either A is true, or B is true, or both are true.
The result is FALSE when both A and B are false.

** OR ** - True when one or more input is true

A OR B

A | B | A OR B |
---|---|---|

true | true | true |

true | false | true |

false | true | true |

false | false | false |