Conditionals & Control Flow
To Be and/or Not to Be

Boolean operators compare statements and result in boolean values. There are three boolean operators:

  1. and, which checks if both the statements are True;
  2. or, which checks if at least one of the statements is True;
  3. not, which gives the opposite of the statement.

We'll go through the operators one by one.


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