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Python Convert Boolean to Int

Last Updated on Wednesday 5th Oct 2022

Python convert boolean to int

Using int() method

			
					boolVal = True

print("Value", boolVal)

# Converting boolean to integer
boolVal = int(boolVal == True)

# Print
print("Result", boolVal)

			
	
			
					Value True
Result 1

			
	

Using numpy

			
					import numpy
boolVal = numpy.array([True, False])

print("Initial", boolVal)

# Converting boolean to integer
boolVal = numpy.multiply(boolVal, 1)
# Print
print("Result", str(boolVal))

			
	
			
					Initial [ True False]
Result [1 0]

			
	

python boolean to int

Using map()

			
					boolVal = [True, False]

print("Initial value", boolVal)

# Converting boolean to integer
boolVal = list(map(int, boolVal))

# Print
print("Resultant", str(boolVal))

			
	
			
					Initial [True, False]
Result [1, 0]

			
	

boolean to int python

			
					boolVal = True

print("Initial", boolVal)

# Converting boolean to integer
if boolVal:
    boolVal = 1
else:
    boolVal = 0
# Print
print("Result", boolVal)

			
	
			
					Initial True
Result 1