Why true false?
2==2.0 2 is 2.0
Is checks if object a IS object b. == checks if it is similar. 'Hey, that woman over there looks like your mom!' 'Ah, well, very strange indeed.' (==, woman looks the same, but isn't the same woman) or: 'Oh, wow, that IS my mom! What's she doing here?!'
2==2.0, but type(2)-int, type(2.0)-float and int != float
so “is” is actually comparing the data types ?
How do I generate a list with <N> unique elements randomly selected from another (already existing) list?
Given three integer matrices A(m*n),B(m*n) and C(m*n) . Print the one with more zero elements. beside code
I'm coding this for hours & can't make the value of the 5 random numbers round off to 2 decimal places like in the examples
Overloading + operator
1. Write a program that asks the user for their name and how many times to print it. The program should print out the user’s nam