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10 Nov 2022

Posted on:

06 Nov 2022

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Misunderstanding

Why is 10!=15, true ?

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Posted on:

10 Nov 2022

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Hi Teethbruhsh!
Thanks for reaching out.

This is because both numbers are not equal. In Python the != operator means 'not equal'. It returns True if operands on either side are not equal to each other, and returns False if they are equal.

Hope this helps.
Best,
Tsvetelin

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