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Boolean expressions and logical operators

Does negation operator exist in Python? For example, in C++, a token or literal can be negated using '!' before it, like so: x=1; cout<<!x; Output: 0

5/1/2020 12:08:06 PM

Megha Suresh

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No, I'm talking about the logical negation. Not the arithmetic negation. Take another look at my sample code.

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Yes instead of ! not is used eg X=1 X= not 1 print(int(X)) This will result in 0

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Yes why not you may directly use negative symbol for that purpose. Eg X=1 X=-X Now X will be equal to -1

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Megha Suresh you should set the better answer mark on the answer wich has been the most helpful/informative... not to yours or one not relevant ^^

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Thank you very much. 😊