I am currently learning about the And, Or, Not - True or False Boolean Operators in this Python course.
In one of my recent exercises, I had to fill the result of a boolean that said “Not Not False”. At first, I entered the answer as True, thinking that the answer was opposite of False. However, much to my surprise, the answer to this boolean is False. Why?
Why can’t the answer to “Not Not False” boolean be “True”?
I appreciate all your help and advice in advance.