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AugeLab Studio Manual
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# Not

## Not Documentation

The `Not` node in AugeLab Studio is a mathematical operation node that reverses the logic of a Boolean value. It takes a single Boolean input and returns its logical negation.

### Node Overview

The `Not` node provides a simple way to reverse the truth value of a given Boolean input. It is particularly useful when you need to invert a logical condition or perform bitwise operations.

### Node Properties

• Node Title: Not
• Node ID: OP_NODE_NOT
• Tooltip: Reverses Logic

### Inputs

• Input: A Boolean value that will be logically negated.

### Outputs

• Output: The logical negation (NOT) of the input Boolean value.

### Usage

1. 1.
Drag and drop the `Not` node from the node library onto the canvas in AugeLab Studio.
2. 2.
Connect a Boolean value to the input socket of the node.
3. 3.
The node will calculate the logical negation of the input Boolean value and provide the result at the output socket.

### Example

Let's walk through an example to illustrate how the `Not` node works.
1. 1.
Drag and drop the `Not` node onto the canvas.
2. 2.
Connect a Boolean value (e.g., `True` or `False`) to the input socket of the node.
3. 3.
The node will calculate the logical negation of the input Boolean value and provide the result at the output socket. For example, if the input is `True`, the output will be `False`, and vice versa.
• The `Not` node is a fundamental building block in logic and bitwise operations.
• When the input is `True`, the output will be `False`, and when the input is `False`, the output will be `True`.
• The `Not` node can be used in combination with other logical or arithmetic operations to create more complex behaviors.
That concludes the documentation for the `Not` node in AugeLab Studio. This node provides a straightforward way to reverse the logic of a Boolean value, which is useful in various logic and bitwise operations.