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An operator used to assert that two (or more) parts of a concept definition or expression constraint must both be true.

Notes

  • Conjunction can be represented by the AND operator. A conjunction of A with B, means that both A AND B must be true.
  • Conjunction gives the same result as an intersection between the set of concepts or expressions for which A is true and the set of concepts or expressions for which B is true.

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