To convert an integer to boolean in python, one can use the bool() function, example:

`>>> n = 1`

`>>> bool(n)`

`True`

`>>> n = 0`

`>>> bool(n)`

`False`

Note that if the number is not 0, bool() always returns True:

`>>> n = 9`

`>>> bool(n)`

`True`

`>>> n = -1`

`>>> bool(n)`

`True`

### References

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Python bool() | programiz.com |

bool(): Convert to Boolean | infohost.nmt.edu |

Is False == 0 and True == 1 in Python an implementation detail or is it guaranteed by the language? | stackoverflow |