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Note well! Shakespeare might have been disappointed that,
whatever the value of a variable
to_be, the result of
to_be || !to_be
(i.e. "To be, or not to be?") is always 1, or true.
This is because one or the other of
always be true, and as long as one side of an OR
|| expression is
true, the whole expression is true.