What double equal sign (==) denotes?
comparison of values
Double equal sign is comparing 2 values and seeing if they are equal to one another.For example if x==x: print ("lol") Would print lol
single (=) denotes assigning values......double(==) denotes to check the values
knowing everything in this app is just a starting point
(==)means comparison between two variables, while a single (=) sign is assigning a value to a variable
== equals operator compares the hascode not the string content.
pls if I know all the stuffs in this app does that mean I know everything on python? ?
I think it just means equal too. One = sign is asigning varable to something two == is math problem equals