This code defines three variables:
c, and assigns values to each of them (
The code then evaluates an expression using the
a or b and c. The expression is then used as the condition for an
In this expression, the
and operator has higher precedence than the
or operator, so the expression
b and c is evaluated first. Since
True, the result of the
and operation is
or operation is performed between
True) and the result of the
and operation (
True, the overall expression is
As a result, the code in the
if block (
print("True")) is executed, and the message “True” is printed.
If the values of
c were different, the overall expression could have been
False, in which case the code in the
else block (
print("False")) would have been executed, and the message “False” would have been printed.
a, b, c = True, False, True if a or b and c: print("True") else: print("False")
Logical operators have different priorities and therefore are executed at different times.
The order is as follows:
Logical complements (not) are executed first,
logical conjunctions (and) are executed next,
and logical disjunctions (or) are executed at the end.