Thanks to Sara Uckelman for the pointer to this. Any other recommendations for similar or even better resources?
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Unfortunately, the truth-table generator table uses \top and \bot for true and false unless you ask for the plain-text version. I find a \top and \bot table significantly harder to read than one that uses T and F.
It looks like my comment of December 7 got hung up in moderation for having 2 links. IF you accept that THEN delete this. ;)
We’ll see if anyone gets sufficiently encouraged to try what Wittgenstein tried, namely to draw truth-tables also for quantificational logic. More seriously, forget about these annoying tables that do nothing else but hamper the learning of logic!