6. Not recognising != as false?


#1

Have I missed something here?


#2

see the instructions carefully.
your code was

is_true = 2 __ 3

is_false = 2 __ 3

why you edited?why you removed 3?
you just have to replace the __ with == or !=
it should be like

is_true = 2 != 3

is_false = 2 == 3

because it's true 2 is not equal to 3
and it's false 2 equal to 3

@seeli


#3

Your false variable is a true statement, as;
2 != 3 says "2 is NOT equal to 3" -which is a true.
:slight_smile:


#4

Oh I see, I guess I misread the instructions (teach me to try to do three other things and learn this all at once :stuck_out_tongue: ). Thanks!