**What is Booleans in python ?** The **Python Boolean** type is one of Python’s built-in data types. It’s used to represent the truth value of an expression. Booleans represent one of two values:** True** or

**False**

. You can evaluate any expression in Python, and get one of two answers, `True`

or `False`

. To compare two values , we use Booleans , when we compare two values, the expression is evaluated and Python returns the Boolean answer .#### Example

`print(8 > 7)`

print(12 == 9)

print(20 < 9)

**Question :** Print a message based on Boolean `True`

or `False`

:

# Boolean Operators

**What are Operators ?** In computer programming languages, operators are constructs defined within programming languages which behave generally like functions, but which differ syntactically or semantically. Common simple examples include arithmetic, comparison, and logical operations.

But You can think of `True`

and `False`

as Boolean operators that take no inputs , Only two Python Boolean values exist. A Boolean operator with no inputs always returns the same value. Because of this, `True`

and `False`

are the only two Boolean operators that don’t take inputs.

Boolean operators are those that take

Boolean inputsand returnBoolean resultsTrue / False.

Python also has many built-in functions that return a Boolean value, like the `isinstance()`

function, which can be used to determine if an object is of a certain data type:

### Example

Check if an object is an integer or not:

```
x = 32000
print(isinstance(x, int))
```

A summary of boolean arithmetic and boolean operators is shown in the table below:

A | B | not A | not B | A == B | A =! B | A or B | A and B |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

T | F | F | T | F | T | T | F |

F | T | T | F | F | T | T | F |

T | T | F | F | T | F | T | T |

F | F | T | T | T | F | F | F |

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Example :

- Print “YES!” if the function returns True, otherwise print “NO!”:

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