Identity Operators in python, are used to find or check the value of a class or type of class.
‘is‘ – gives True if the type of the value in the right operand
# let's put boolean value True in x x = True # now checking condition for True if x is True: print(x)
‘is not’ – gives True for checking condition False – using same example
# let's put boolean value True in x x = True # now, NOT checking condition for True # or checking for False if x is not False: print(x)