Explain and - or logical operators in Python

Explain and - or logical operators in Python

Problem:Python offers 'and' and 'or' logical operators for com bining conditional expressions or boolean values. The challenge is to comprehend how these operators work and when to use them effectively in creating more complex conditional statements.

Solution:
• 'and' Operator:
o Returns True if both operands are True.

o Short-circuits and does not evaluate the second operand if the first is False.

o Requires both conditions to be met for the overall condition to be True.

• 'or' Operator:
o Returns True if at least one operand is True.

o Short-circuits and does not evaluate the second operand if the first is True.

o Requires at least one condition to be met for the overall condition to be True.

Here's an example
# ' and ' operator example 
x = True 
y = False 
result = x and y 
# result is False because both x and y are not True

# ' or ' operator example
a = True
b = False 
result = a or b 
# result is True because a is True (even though b is False)


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