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Operator :  Meaning                                           Example
and     True if both the operands are true                        x and y
or      True if either of the operands is true                    x or y
not     True if operand is false (complements the operand)        not x

Lets go with some examples of logical operator in python :

>>> a = True
>>> b = False
>>> print(('a and b is',a and b))
>>> print(('a or b is',a or b))
>>> print(('not a is',not a))

& Here is the output :

('a and b is', False)
('a or b is', True)
('not a is', False)

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