Is "None" Falsy in Python?

Find out if None is a falsy value in Python

In Python, None is in fact a falsy value (i.e. it evaluates to False in a boolean context).

For example, when you explicitly cast None to a boolean, it would return False:

print(bool(None)) # False

Similarly, when you use None in a boolean context, it's evaluated to False:

if None:
    # do something

# equivalent to
if bool(None):
    # do something
if not None:
    # do something

# equivalent to
if not bool(None):
    # do something

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