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Question regarding Expression Language

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Can anybody explain the below question. Answer is also available.
I am not understading how ${not map.c} return true.
And also ${map.d or map.a} here there is no key with 'd' in the map.And also it is not giving any error.

11. <% java.util.Map map = new java.util.HashMap();
12. request.setAttribute("map", map);
13. map.put("a", "true");
14. map.put("b", "false");
15. map.put("c", "42"); %>
Which three EL expressions are valid and evaluate to true? (Choose three.)
A. ${not map.c}
B. ${map.d or map.a}
C. ${map.a and map.d}
D. ${map.false or map.true}
E. ${map.a and map.b or map.a}
F. ${map['true'] or map['false']}
Answer: A, B, E

Thanks in Advance....

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Yekkala please Quote Your Sources when you post a question...
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