The Double Division operator in Python returns the ground value for both integer and floating-point arguments after division.
The single division operator behaves abnormally generally for very large numbers.
The Output should be Hello if the only division operator behaved normally because 2 properly divides x. But the output is World because the results after Single Division Operator and Double Division Operator aren’t an equivalent.
This fact can be used for programs such as finding the sum of first n numbers for a large n.
Thus, the result found by using the only division operator is Wrong, while the result found by using the double division operator is Correct. this is often an enormous advantage of Double Division Operator Over Single Division Operator in Python.