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Python False Keyword

  • Last Updated : 24 Oct, 2021

A boolean expression results in two values(True, False) similar to this a boolean variable can also be assigned either (True, False). Here False keyword represents an expression that will result in not true.

Example 1 :

In this example first, we will give one boolean expression which will result in False (10 < 6). Next, we assigned the False keyword directly to the if statement.

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# 10 < 6 is a boolean expression
# which evaluates to False
if(10 < 6):
    print("it is True")
else:
    print("it is False")
  
# here we directly assigned False
# keyword to if statement
if(False):
    print("it is True")
else:
    print("it is False")
Output
it is False
it is False

Example 2 :

In this example, we will assign the boolean expression (5 > 10) to a variable  gfg_flag then we will print the variable to show the value assigned to it which is False Keyword. Next, we will try to use this variable inside the if statement which will result in executing the else block.

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# here we assigned the boolean expression to variable
# and the value will be False
gfg_flag = 5 > 10
  
# printing the variable value
print(gfg_flag)
  
# now we will be using this variable
if(gfg_flag):
    print("it is True")
else:
    print("it is False")
Output
False
it is False



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