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Data Types in Python

Converting: bool()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.


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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