How would one verbally say ~~R where R = my program is correct? The tildes are negation symbols. I'm not sure if it just cancels out and comes out as 'my program is correct' or if it's something else.
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One way to pronounce "~" is as "not", so one could pronounce that as "not not R".
But frankly, pronouncing complex logic formulas can be ugly, and often it's better to just write it on a whiteboard or piece of paper and point.
Yes, ~~R is equivalent to R.