Fun with Python 3's print function

Fun with the print function

Most Pythonistas learn early on that the print function can evaluate statements:

>>> False
>>> True

However, I didn't know that print can return different strings based upon whether or not the following statement is true or false. The format is:

print(['output for False', 'output for True']['statement_to_evaluate'])

For example:

print(['no', 'yes'][2 > 3])
>>> no

print(['Go back to math class', 'You know math!'][7 + 5 == 12])
>>> You know math!