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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Use input()

Laurence Cimosz
Laurence Cimosz
8,993 Points


Do I have this right?

admitted = False 

if (age>=13):
    admitted = True    

1 Answer

John Lindsey
John Lindsey
15,628 Points

For the challenge that is linked to this question, it wants you to create a variable that takes the value of input that is provided by a user. This means we need to use the input function and give it the question we are asking as an argument in string format. It should look like this:

age = input('What is your age? ')