"natural" TRUE

Im not sure how to write this into article so...

There is a "natural" TRUE. This natural TRUE has no expression, if you want to use it you just write if(nValue). The difference between if(nValue == TRUE) is that since TRUE is equal to 1, in case that nValue would be 2 the expression wouldn't be true. But if(nValue) will be true as long as nValue != 0 which might be usefull in some cases. --ShaDoOoW 02:46, October 12, 2011 (UTC)

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