# Logical OR in JavaScript

The `||` operator is a logical OR and requires at least one condition to be met.

In the following example, if the variable `num1` is greater than `0` or the variable `num2` is greater than `0`, then the condition will be true (it is enough at least one of the conditions to be met):

```let num1 = 10; let num2 = -5; if (num1 > 0 || num2 > 0) { console.log('+++'); // it will work } else { console.log('---'); }```

Without running the code, determine what will be output to the console:

```let num1 = -10; let num2 = -10; if (num1 >= 0 || num2 >= 0) { console.log('+++'); } else { console.log('---'); }```

Without running the code, determine what will be output to the console:

```let num1 = 0; let num2 = 0; if (num1 >= 0 || num2 >= 0) { console.log('+++'); } else { console.log('---'); }```

Without running the code, determine what will be output to the console:

```let num1 = 0; let num2 = 5; if (num1 >= 0 || num2 >= 0) { console.log('+++'); } else { console.log('---'); }```

Without running the code, determine what will be output to the console:

```let num1 = 5; let num2 = 5; if (num1 >= 0 || num2 >= 0) { console.log('+++'); } else { console.log('---'); }```

Without running the code, determine what will be output to the console:

```let num1 = -5; let num2 = 15; if (num1 >= 0 || num2 >= 0) { console.log('+++'); } else { console.log('---'); }```

Without running the code, determine what will be output to the console:

```let num = 1; if (num == 0 || num == 1) { console.log('+++'); } else { console.log('---'); }```

Without running the code, determine what will be output to the console:

```let num = 2; if (num == 0 || num == 1) { console.log('+++'); } else { console.log('---'); }```

Without running the code, determine what will be output to the console:

```let num = 2; if (num == 0 || num == 1 || num == 2) { console.log('+++'); } else { console.log('---'); }```