If-elif and if-elif-else statements are other common conditional statements. Learn when and how to write these.
- [Instructor] An IF-ELIF statement instructs the computer … to perform a certain action if a certain condition is met, … or a different action if a different condition is met. … For example, say you ask a user if it's raining … and if they have an umbrella. … And based on the user's responses, … a relevant message is displayed to the user. … You could use an IF-ELIF statement to do this. … I can start by creating a variable named raining, … and set it to the user's response … to the prompt is it raining? … Yes or no. … On this line, I can create another variable named umbrella, … and set it to the user's response … to the prompt do you have an umbrella? … Yes or no. … And on this line, I'll begin to write an IF-ELIF statement. … I start with the keyword if, … followed by a compound condition, … since I want to check two things here. … I want to check whether raining is yes, … and umbrella is yes. … So I'll write raining equals equals yes, … and umbrella equals equals yes, colon. … If this compound condition is satisfied, I want to print out, …
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- What is Python?
- Strengths and benefits of Python
- Types of data
- Storing data using variables
- Built-in and custom functions
- Lists and tuples
- Conditional statements
- Iteration with loops
- Recursive functions
- Object-oriented programming
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2. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Data
3. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Functions
4. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Sequences
5. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Conditional Statements
6. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Iteration
7. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Recursion
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