Method # 1: And operation — Using all()
The solution to this problem is quite simple, but knowledge of the application is required. The all () function performs a logical AND on the list and returns the result.

Output:
The original list is: [True, True, False, True, False] Result after performing AND among elements: False
Method # 2: OR operation — using any()
This task can be accomplished with any ()
. This checks any element True in the list and returns True, in which case it returns False.

Exit:
The original list is: [True, True, False, True, False] Result after performing OR among elements: True
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