Introduction to Boolean Operator

A type of data that can have one of two possible values - usually either true or false.

Computers can perform logical computations. Logic expressions compute boolean values, represented by the special values True and False.

Boolean values are the two constant objects False and True. In numeric contexts, a computer equates the value True to 1 and False to 0 when combining integers and booleans.

Multiplying a number by True produces the same number, and multiplying by False produces 0.

Let’s visit the examples :

```            print("Adding True + True = " , True + True)
print("Adding False + False = " , False + False)
print("Multiplying 100 * False = " , 100 * False)
print("1 + True = " ,1 + True)
print("1- False = ",  10 - False)

#Assigning boolean values to variables
right = True
left = False
```

Let's look at another example:

count = 80

on_time = True

Run below code and see the result.

Try changing on_time to False to see your score again.

```            count = 80

on_time = True

print("Your count is " + str(count * on_time))
```

A mathematic question needs to be solved step by step and each step has different marks as shown below:

# keeping entire page clean without scratches and scribbles

clean_page = 1 mark

# writing correct formula for the mathematical question

writing_correct_formula = 1 mark

# applying the values to the formula

putting_correct_value_in_formula = 1 mark

# deriving the equation

deriving_formula  = 2 marks

# writing the correct answer by highlighting it

Boolean values given are shown below. Print the final value.

clean_page = True

writing_correct_formula = True

putting_correct_value_in_formula = True

deriving_formula  = True

```            clean_page = True