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The Python “is” and “is not” Operators

And why they nothing like == and !=

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For anyone following me, I apologize that’s it’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I’ve been pretty busy teaching four classes, keeping up with my full-time job, and moving across the country. Excuses aside, here’s a little Python tidbit that can be easily lost in the syntax: the difference between ==, !=, is, and is not. They are not…

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