Bool=Null vs Bool=False?

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    Is there a way to tell the difference between Null and False when it comes to a Boolean? For example, how could you test to tell which of these were null vs false? :

    Thanks in advance



    In monkey every type can be null. In other typed languages like cpp, only pointers can be null.
    So in monkey only referenced types (ie classes and arrays) can have the ‘real’ Null value.
    The other types (ints, floats, bool,…) will have a zero/false value as null. And there is no difference between null and zero/false.

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