Just getting started with rust, and as I was reading the documentation it came to Booleans are represented with a single Byte. I wanted to know what are the byte values that are being used for True and False. Some Language that I have worked with in the past used for False and X for True, I guess others could use 0 for true, another way would be to T and F.
Example if T was used => |01010100|
I don't know where and why I would ever need it but just out of curiosity I would like to know.
Bonus points if you can help me find it via code. I am an absolute beginner when it comes to rust, so I tried to convert the boolean to a string or character but was not able to do so, tried looking up what methods can be applied to a boolean and there isn't much. I was able to use to_string(), but it came back true or false.