[Tutor] Boolean question
bgailer at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 22:53:57 CET 2011
On 3/16/2011 4:26 PM, Donald Bedsole wrote:
> Hi Allen,
>> Boolean algebra can be a weird thing to get your head around
>> the first time you come across it :-)
> Yes, :-)
>> Here are some of the standard rules:
>> True and thing = thing
>> False and thing = False
>> True or thing = True
>> False or thing = thing
> Thanks for your response and for the rules, but for some reason I'm
> not understanding. In the above quote, what is meant by "thing"?
Thing in this context means 'anything". could be a string, number, list,
any Python object.
True and 1 = 1
True and 'a'= 'a'
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