9 Python


#1

tell me pls whats wrong here!


#2

@dzieksenprogramista,

You are using the assignment - operator =
instead of the comparison - operator ==
So you will have to change your

bool_two = 2*3 = 4 ....

into

bool_two = 2*3 == 4 ....

== the Book ==
https://docs.python.org/2/library/stdtypes.html


#3

@leonhard_wettengmx_n i bet @dzieksenprogramista to use comparison operator == and not ===
Hence
bool_two = 2 * 3 == 4 ,,,,Thanks :sunglasses:


#4

@dzieksenprogramista You need to understand well the instructions! and follows the rules of This and that(or This,But Not That)...............
Always Not is evaluate 1st, And is evaluated secondly and or is lastly evaluated
hence
bool_one = False
bool_two = True
bool_three = True
bool_four = True
bool_five = False