Booleans are extensively used in control structures like if statements, while loops, and logical operations.

A boolean represents one of two possible values: True or False, and boolean operators (and, or, and not) can be used to combine or negate boolean values in your code.

  • Let’s define two boolean conditions and print the result:

# Boolean expressions
are_you_abe_student = True
are_you_python_expert = False

your_learning = are_you_abe_student and not are_you_python_expert
print(f"Am I learner? {your_learning}")
Am I learner? True
  • Make a comparison between two numbers and print the boolean result:

# Logical operations
result = (5 > 3)  # Evaluates to True