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What's the difference

I've seen some codes whereby true or false is interchanged using the values 1 and 0. Mostly i get confused as to what answer i must choose, so i just want clarity maybe with a code example of how to differentiate between the two

4/2/2019 10:53:34 AM

Buhle

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# Standard is using True False keywords, if it is in language, rather than 1 or 0 # python x = 10 print (x == x) # True # but some times is useful use 0 for false a = "variable x = " #not empty string b = "" # empty string if ( len(a) ): x = x+1 print(a + str(x) ) # print it if ( len(b) ): # print nothing, because length b is 0 (and 0 is evaluated as False) x = x+1 print(b + str(x) ) print( x ) # 11