I’m hoping someone can help me understand something about this. I understand the premise behind how not works in the python language, but is it really necessary to have an extra way to say True or False? I mean, is there a situation I am just overlooking in the Boolean section of programming that just True or False isn’t really covered? please help I am very confused!
its very useful. For example, in a project i work on, i needed to apply restrictions to everyone who is not an adminstrator, then:
# pseudo code if not (administrator == True): apply restriction
this is easier then selecting all the other roles and using a bunch of
I am sure that if you continue, examples will come where
not is very useful.
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