A Value Condition is a statement which can be true or false.
Suppose we have a value called age-in-years.
A Value Condition is something like this:
This is true if the value of age-in-years is less than 5, false otherwise.
Conditions in Logiak have names.
It is good practice, because these conditions are statements which can evaluate to true or false, to give them statement-like names.
That is, sentences or sentence-like texts which make clear what state of affairs the condition describes.
So, for example, you might use the name “Child is an infant” could be an appropriate name for the condition :
Child is an infantage-in-years < 5
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