The operator **and** returns the *last* element if no element is `False`

(or an equivalent value, such as `0`

).

For example,

```
>>> 1 and 4
4 # Given that 4 is the last element
>>> False and 4
False # Given that there is a False element
>>> 1 and 2 and 3
3 # 3 is the last element and there are no False elements
>>> 0 and 4
False # Given that 0 is interpreted as a False element
```

The operator **or** returns the *first* element that is not `False`

. If there are no such value, it returns `False`

.

For example,

```
>>> 1 or 2
1 # Given that 1 is the first element that is not False
>>> 0 or 2
2 # Given that 2 is the first element not False/0
>>> 0 or False or None or 10
10 # 0 and None are also treated as False
>>> 0 or False
False # When all elements are False or equivalent
```