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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

get back to False

How I can get back admitted to False? I am stuck.

conditions.py
admitted = None
admitted = True
if age >= 13:
    print(admitted)
else:    

2 Answers

Mike Bozee
Mike Bozee
39,385 Points

Try this:

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

But how it's posible if admited not set to True? Ya, it's works, but I can't understand.

Mike Bozee
Mike Bozee
39,385 Points

The challenge provides a value for age variable. The code we write states: if age is greater than or equal to 13, admitted is True. Otherwise, admitted is False.

Tks.