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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.


Check out the truth tables to the right. They show the results of using AND, OR, and NOT boolean operators given the boolean inputs A and B.

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