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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Review: Comparisons

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All comparators, things like >=, <, and ==, give us back True or ________

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Those compare strings. Example:

"hello" == "hello"  # Returns "True"
"hello" == "hi"  # Returns "False"

Sometimes they compare integers (numbers):

1 == 1  # True
1 > 2  # (The greater than operator) False
1 < 2  # (The less than operator) True
1 <= 1  # (The less than or equal to operator) True
1 >= 1  # (The more than or equal to operator) True

And you can also review the videos if you'd like to learn / review more. ~xela888