Difference between '==' and 'is'

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What is the difference between '==' and 'is' in Python? While comparing strings, the two seem to give different results.
May 14, 2018 in Python by kaalabilli
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'==' checks for the equality of the two operands in question, while 'is' checks whether the two operands are identical, i.e., they refer to the same object/memory location.
answered May 14, 2018 by Nietzsche's daemon
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