The word ‘unary’ refers to a single unit. Unary operators are so-called because they perform operations on a single operand.
For the purposes of this course, we will only discuss one useful unary operator: !
This operator inverts the value of a Boolean. So, if a Boolean variable has a value of
true, using this operator will make the result
boolean myValue = true; boolean myResult = !myValue; /*after execution of the line boolean myResult = !myValue the variable myResult will have a value of false*/