Shameful mistake, thanks for clarifying ! I meant that they had their own type now, indeed from integer.
Initially, Python used to have no bool type
(people used 0 for false and non-zero value like 1 for true).
Then they added True, False, and a bool type, but, for backward
compatibility, they couldn't make True and False constants- they
just were built-in variables.
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