Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

Charles Lewis
Charles Lewis
1,066 Points

conditions.py

not sure why admitted = none

conditions.py
admitted = None
if age => 13:
    admitted = "True"

3 Answers

billy mercier
billy mercier
6,259 Points

= after the ><... age >= 13

Zach Widhalm
Zach Widhalm
5,927 Points

“None” is a falsey value in Python. Admitted is set to none(false) prior to the if statement because we need a condition to change its value to true. The condition here would be the age. Only if the age greater than or equal to to 13, can admitted be changed.

Charles Lewis
Charles Lewis
1,066 Points

Thanks for your response. I made a "rookie" mistake. Used "=>" instead of ">=". Got it after that.