randRange( 0, 20) randRange( 0, 20) randRange( 0, 20) randRange( 0, 20) randFromArray(["==", "!=", "<", ">", ">=", "<="]) randFromArray(["==", "!=", "<", ">", ">=", "<="]) randFromArray(["and", "or"])

What would be output by the following Python code segment:

                                   x = V1
                                   y = V2
				   print x R1 V3 L1 y R2 V4 
				
jsBoolToPythonBool(evalPythonLogical( evalPythonRelation(V1, R1, V3), L1, evalPythonRelation(V2, R2, V4)))

Evaluate the relations (==, !=, <, >, <=, >=) before the logical operators (and, or) ?

Remember that for and both sides must be True for the expression to be True.

Remember that for or at least one side must be True for the expression to be True.

The answer is jsBoolToPythonBool(evalPythonLogical( evalPythonRelation(V1, R1, V3), L1, evalPythonRelation(V2, R2, V4))).