The boolean data return type is either (0/1) True / False.
In Python, boolean variables are defined by the True and False keywords.
>>> a = True >>> type(a) <class 'bool'> >>> b = False >>> type(b) <class 'bool'>
The output indicates the variable is a boolean data type.
print(10 > 9) print(10 == 9) print(10 < 9)
a = 200 b = 33 if b > a: print("b is greater than a") else: print("b is not greater than a")