Rewrite the following code in 1 line

x = 3 y = 3.0 if x == y : print('x and y are equal') else : print('x and y are not equal')In one line

x, y = 3, 3.0

print('x and y are equal') if x == y else print('x and y are not equal')

Explanation -

Initializes two variables, x and y, with the values 3 and 3.0, respectively. Then, it uses a conditional expression (also known as a ternary operator) to check if x is equal to y. If they are equal, it prints 'x and y are equal'; otherwise, it prints 'x and y are not equal'.

In this case, x and y are equal because the values are numerically the same, even though one is an integer (x) and the other is a float (y). The output of the code would be: x and y are equal

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