Comparison or Logical Operations in Python

Various logical, boolean and comparison operations can be conducted in Python using simple codes such as shown below

For example,  “1 == 2” is testing or whether 1 is equal to 2. The answer is obviously “False”. Similarly “x!=2 and y !=0” is testing whether both conditions are met, i.e. x is not equal to 2 and y is not equal to 0, which turns out be “False” as well in the below example as x is equal to 2.

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