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Logical 0 (false)

`false`

`F = false(n)`

`F = false(sz)`

`F = false(sz1,...,szN)`

`F = false(___,'like',p)`

`false`

is shorthand for the logical value `0`

.

is
a `F`

= false(`sz1,...,szN`

)`sz1`

-by-`...`

-by-`szN`

array
of logical zeros where `sz1,...,szN`

indicates the
size of each dimension. For example, `false(2,3)`

returns
a 2-by-3 array of logical zeros.

`false(n)`

is much faster and more memory efficient than`logical(zeros(n))`

.

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