True of False

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Thu Sep 27 19:11:14 CEST 2007


koutoo at hotmail.com wrote:
> I tried writing a true and false If statement and didn't get
> anything?  I read some previous posts, but I must be missing
> something.  I just tried something easy:
> 
> a = ["a", "b", "c", "d", "e", "f"]
> 
> if "c" in a == True:
>      Print "Yes"
> 
> When I run this, it runs, but nothing prints.  What am I doing wrong?
> Thanks.

You are unnecessarily adding a comparison with True. The correct way to 
write that is

if "c" in a:
   print "yes"

Bu of course you haven't actually told us what you really did, because 
the code you represent has syntax errors.

 >>> a = ["a", "b", "c", "d", "e", "f"]
 >>> "c" in a
True
 >>> if "c" in a == True:
...    print "found it"
...
 >>> if ("c" in a) == True:
...     print "At last!"
...
At last!
 >>>
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