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Learning Pygame(simple 2d), part 3 Recognizing clicks - Python tutorial
Now that you have a screen we need to do some work on the clicking a square and displaying the result. So far we have:
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Boolean expressions are expressions that have the values ‘True’ or ‘False’ as results.