There's a special value that's neither a string nor a number:
There are no quotes around it, and it's not a numeric value.
True is great for situations like checking if a switch is on or if a feature is enabled. We can see it here when we set
powered_on = True
We can store
True in a variable just like a string or a number. Displaying it also works the same, like when we display
correct = True print(correct)