False Keyword In Python


In Boolean logic "False" is a negative truth-value representing nothing.

Often represented as zero, several programming languages have a separate keyword and separate type to represent "False".

In Python, the type “bool” represents the Boolean values: "True" and "False".

A Boolean type does not hold any other value other than "True" and "False".


Example for "False" in Python:


switchOn = False



    print("The state of the switch is On")


    print("The state of the switch is Off")


visibility = 0


#Convert zero to bool value using bool() function

print("Visibility is {}".format(bool(visibility)))



Python Output:

The state of the switch is Off

Visibility is False


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