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Python Python Basics Types and Branching Comparing values

Deonte Meriwether
Deonte Meriwether
1,513 Points

What would be printed out in the shell after this statement is evaluated?

In the case of

"python" > "chocolate"

Since the letter "c" is before "p" alphabetically, is this statement is false?

1 Answer

Think of the alphabet as numbers. Then would p be greater than c?

Deonte Meriwether
Deonte Meriwether
1,513 Points

Oh I see now, so the value of p is greater than c because it would translate to a greater numerical value. Thank you for helping me clarify this concept KRIS!