How do I negate values in Asymptote? I tried using not(true) but there does not seem to be an inbuilt not function for this.

Sure, I can define a function to do this, but I just want to know if there is standard way to do this in Asymptote


You're looking for the ! negation operator.

bool b = true; // b now equals true
b = !b;        // b now equal false

This operator and others can be found in section 6.9 of the documentation.

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