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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

Mujahid Chowdhury
Mujahid Chowdhury
5,108 Points

Can someone see what mistake I am making?

I am not sure what is wrong with my code. Can someone help?

conditions.py
admitted = None

if age >= 13:
    admitted = "True"
else:
    admitted = "False"

2 Answers

Hi Mujahid,

The True and False aren't strings; they are boolean data types. Lose the inverted commas:

admitted = None
if age >= 13:
    admitted = True
else:
    admitted = False

Steve.

No problem! :+1: