# boolean Literals

The Boolean literals hold the value of either true or false. Lets declare the isLogged variable with the literal values of true and false.

boolean loggedIn = true;


Assign the value to the false literal.

boolean loggedIn = false;


Boolean can only have the value of either true or false. They can not hold any other value. Most boolean identifiers start with the is prefix.

### More Examples

boolean isAuthenticated = false;
isAuthenticated = true;