# This operator represents the logical and.

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## Problem:

I am new in programming so I tried python practice I tried to figure out f any operator represents the logical and. in python programming can anybody help?

You can use the below code to check if this operator represents the logical and:
``````a = True
b = False

print('a and b is',a and b)``````

You can change the condition if you want o. Happy Coding.

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