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Ethan MartinCourses Plus Student 1,883 Points
answer = 3.14 <= 3.14 -> Why is this true?
answer = 3.14 <= 3.14
I get that 3.14 is <= 3.14
However, isn't this a bool statement? Wouldn't this be evaluated as... "answer = 3.14" is false -> "False <= 3.14" is false.... right? Where is the error in my thinking
Thank you for all the help guys!
Everything to the right of the assignment operator (equal sign) gets evaluated before it is assigned to the variable.
So, here we first evaluate:
3.14 <= 3.14
Which is True. Python takes that True and then does something like:
answer = True
Let me know if this helps here