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Data Types in Python

## Converting: bool()

This short practical chapter will get us acquainted with the `bool()` function. You may recall that numbers can be converted to the boolean data type too: `1` means `True`, and `0` means `False`.

Note

We can put whatever we want into the `bool()` function, and everything except `0` in different types (`0`, `0.0`), and `None` will lead to `True`.

You have three values here: `-90`, `None`, and `"La vie est belle"`. Put them into the `bool()` function (replace `___`) to make `True_statement1`,`True_statement2` equal `True`, and `False_statement1` equal `False`.

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Data Types in Python

## Converting: bool()

This short practical chapter will get us acquainted with the `bool()` function. You may recall that numbers can be converted to the boolean data type too: `1` means `True`, and `0` means `False`.

Note

We can put whatever we want into the `bool()` function, and everything except `0` in different types (`0`, `0.0`), and `None` will lead to `True`.

You have three values here: `-90`, `None`, and `"La vie est belle"`. Put them into the `bool()` function (replace `___`) to make `True_statement1`,`True_statement2` equal `True`, and `False_statement1` equal `False`.