Odd truth result with in and ==
"John Pote" wrote in message
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> I interpret the above comparison as
> >>> bool([1,2,3]) == bool(True)
A tiny addition to what has already been said.
As True is by definition a boolean, you can write this as
>>> bool([1, 2, 3]) == True
I have on vary rare occasions had to convert 'truthiness' to an actual
boolean, and this is how I do it.