State True or False

"In Python, keywords are case-sensitive and must be written in lowercase."

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Answer by student

False

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  • In Python, keywords are reserved words that have a special meaning and purpose in the language.
  • Keywords cannot be used as identifiers , which are names given to variables, functions, classes, etc.
  • Keywords are case-sensitive , which means they must be written exactly as they are defined by the language. For example, if , else , while , for , etc. are valid keywords, but IF , Else , WhILE , fOR , etc. are not.
  • However, keywords are not always written in lowercase. Some keywords have mixed case , such as True , False , None , and , or , not , etc. These keywords must also be written exactly as they are defined by the language, otherwise they will be treated as identifiers. For example, true , false , none , And , Or , Not , etc. are not valid keywords, but valid identifiers.
  • Therefore, the statement “In Python, keywords are case-sensitive and must be written in lowercase.” is false .

So, the correct answer is False .

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