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Unformatted text preview: ;The6literal6starts6here6and6goes6on6'line6 after6line'6until6three6more6quotes.""" • Boolean: two aliases for 1 and 0 respectively: bool(x)! True or False! Any zero or empty value can be used as False in a boolean expression; other values mean True! • type("age")! !<type!'str'> Math operators: int type result if x and y are int y • Power (x ): x**y! • Times (x×y): x6*6y! • Divide by (x÷y): x6/6y or x6//6y! // result value is always integer, but not type; ! / result value is integer when both x and y are.! • Remainder (x mod y): x6%6y! • Add (x+y): x6+6y! • Subtract (x–y): x6–6y! Operators with boolean result • • • • • ! ! Compare: <, <=, !=, ==, >=, >! x6>6y either True or False!(1 or 0) 36<=6x6<65!means!3!<=!x!and!x!<!5! x6is6y means x, y refer to the same object (T/F)! x6in6y means x is found inside y!(T/F) ! Evaluation Order from High Priority to Low Built-in functions: dir(__builtins__) • **:!R2**2**3 is like –(2**(2**3)) • • • • • • • • •...
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