In this lesson, you will learn about C# Booleans, their usage, and examples to better understand the topic.
The C# Boolean, or bool type, is a datatype that has only two possible values, True or False.
In programming, you will run by scenarios where you want to set a specific variable to either true or false. This is where the Boolean type is used.
In C#, the default value of Boolean variable is false.
In C#, comparing two values or variables return a Boolean expression.
This concludes the C# Booleans lesson. In the next lesson, you will learn about if statements in C#.