Boolean


#1

I am a beginner. I have the same question. What does it mean by typing my_int to the value 7 mean and then my_float to 1.23 really mean.

Is it like saying 7 is greater than 1.23 and hence the boolean is true in this example.

I am confused.


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#2

it means you are naming variable in python and giving values to this variables.

this exercise you do not have comparison? You simply name another variable, which you give a Boolean value? Which can be either True or false.


#3

Thank you,

one more question, so are there two variable here my_int and my_float and technically the two variable are "int" and "float" ?


#4

my_int and my_float are of type integer and float, yes


#5

One more help. I do not have any basis on computer programming but want to learn more. Is Python the place to start, I want something simple and easy to understand as a beginner.

R


#6

python is the easiest useful language, the only language which are even easier are html and css, but those are mark up language to build webpages


#7

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