In Python any non-zero integer value is true; zero is false. : Boolean « Data Type « Python

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In Python any non-zero integer value is true; zero is false.
In Python any non-zero integer value is true; zero is false.

a = 
if a:
   print "Here"
   
a = 2

if a:
   print "There"        

           
       
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