With PyGates library, you can use logic gates on Python.
PyGates is a library for using the logic gates as a conditions on Python.
PyGates can be installed using:
pip install pygates
Or if you have multiple versions of Python and pip on your machine, try:
pip3 install pygates
Alternatively, you can pull the library directly from GitHub:
git clone https://github.com/Baticaly/PyGates cd PyGates python setup.py install
You can just basicaly use the gates as a condition like:
Or just for calling the functions easily you can create a basic definition for library:
import pygates lg = pygates.Gates
And you can easily call it by using:
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