Better way to convert an int to a boolean [closed]

The input int value only consist out of 1 or 0. I can solve the problem by writing a if else statement.

Isn't there a way to cast the int into a boolean?


I assume 0 means false (which is the case in a lot of programming languages). That means true is not 0 (some languages use -1 some others use 1; doesn't hurt to be compatible to either). So assuming by "better" you mean less typing, you can just write:

bool boolValue = intValue != 0;