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Python Python Basics Types and Branching Booleans

Adrian Barboiu
Adrian Barboiu
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05:47 correction

So i think he should say: So we have a True and a False, that should be False. I think many people would be confused, i was for sure. :D

yes i was confused but as i took notes i didn't get lost. but yes he should say it in order ...True and False is False.

1 Answer

The simple and easy way to tell you how "and" "or" will work. "and" will like to work with the "False".

"or" will like to take the "True" side.

when both values like "True" and "True" are same then the REPL make the justice and the Answer was "True"

hope now you understand.