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Python Morsels: Conditional operators in Python
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Python's conditional operators return Boolean values (True and False).

What are Booleans?

We have three lists here, two of which represent the same data.

>>> a = [1, 2, 3]
>>> b = [1, 2, 3]
>>> c = [4, 5, 6]

If we wanted to ask whether two objects represent the same thing in Python, we can use the equals-equals (==) operator (a.k.a. the "equality operator"):

>>> a == b

The == operator will respond with either True or False.

>>> a == c

True and False are both of the type bool, which stands for Boolean:

>>> type(True)
<class 'bool'>

Booleans are how we represent "yes and no" or "affirmative and negative" in Python.

Booleans are often returned when using comparison operations, like equality (==).

Expressions that return either True or False (like a == b) are sometimes called Boolean expressions.

Where are Boolean expressions used?

Boolean expressions are often used …

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February 06, 2023 at 09:30PM
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