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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

Onique Mcfarlane
Onique Mcfarlane
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entered else: admitted = False to the task 1 statement and problem still is still wrong

got task one right

entered for part two

else: admitted = Fasle

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

1 Answer

You are doing great on this!

:point_right: However, it's very important to keep in mind that Python is picky about indentation.

Indentation is the spacing used before a line of code. Apparently you are using too much for the last two lines of code.

After you fix that (the indentation), you should get another error in the code challenge because it doesn't expect you to define your own age variable. Remove line 2 after fixing the indentation and you should be good to go :smile:

I hope this helps :grin:


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