Wednesday 29 November 2023

c = True or False print(not not c)

 c = True or False

print(not not c)

In the first line, True or False evaluates to True because it uses the logical OR operator (or). This means that the variable c is assigned the value True.


In the second line, not not c is equivalent to not (not c). The not operator negates the value, so not c is not True, which is False. Then, the outer not negates this result again, making it not False, which evaluates to True.

So, the final output of the code will be:

True

This is because c is assigned the value True, and the double not operation results in True.






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