Python False is a keyword used to represent the logical/boolean value of false or 0.
Since, False represents one of the two boolean values, which is returned by boolean expressions, or conditions when the expression/condition evaluates to logically false value.
For example, in the following example, we take a boolean expression 1 == 3, which always evaluates to logical false. We have assigned this expression to variable x, and print the result to standard output.
Assign False to variable
We can assign a value of False to a variable. In the following program, we have assigned the value False to variable x.
Function returns False
Since, it is a value, we can return False from a function, always or during specific conditions.
In this tutorial of Python Examples, we learned what False keyword is in Python programming, and how to use it under different circumstances.