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Not all variables can take numerical values for themselves. The boolean data type in python consists of two value i.e. True or False. Bool ( ) generally accepts one parameter, which on testing procedure yields True or False output. If no parameter is passed, default output is False in boolean in python.

 >>> print (bool(1))
>>> a = True 
>>> print (a)
>>> print (3>4)       # test if 3 > 4
>>> str1 = "sush"
>>> str1.islower()   #test if string contains lower case


Note the keywords True and False must have an Upper Case first letter. Using a lowercase true returns an error.

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  1. If any contents are present, then it is true.
  2. Number is True, except 0.
  3. String is True, except empty strings.
  4. List, tuple, set, and dictionary are True, except empty ones.
>>> print('For True:  ',int(True))
>>> print('For False: ', int(False))

For True:   1
For False:  0
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