Python: Return true if the two given integer values are equal or their sum or difference is 5
Python Basic: Exercise-35 with Solution
Write a Python program which will return true if the two given integer values are equal or their sum or difference is 5.
def test_number5(x, y): if x == y or abs(x-y) == 5 or (x+y) == 5: return True else: return False print(test_number5(7, 2)) print(test_number5(3, 2)) print(test_number5(2, 2)) print(test_number5(7, 3)) print(test_number5(27, 53))
True True True False False
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