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Python or Keyword

❮ Python Keywords


Example

Return True if one of the statements are True:

x = (5 > 3 or 5 > 10)

print(x)
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Definition and Usage

The or keyword is a logical operator.

Logical operators are used to combine conditional statements.

The return value will be True if one of the statements return True, otherwise it will return False.


More Examples

Example

Using the or keyword in an if statement:

if 5 > 3 or 5 > 10:
  print("At least one of the statements are True")
else:
  print("None of the statements are True")
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Related Pages

The keywords and, and not are also logical operators.

Read more about operators in our Python Operators Tutorial.


❮ Python Keywords