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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

yunus emre erdem
yunus emre erdem
575 Points

nope couldn't find the right way

age = 22 if age > 12: admitted = True else: admitted = False

conditions.py
age = 22
if age > 12:
    admitted = True
    else:
        admitted = False
yunus emre erdem
yunus emre erdem
575 Points

i don't get why this works but that doesn't

age = 22 if age > 12: admitted = True

1 Answer

yunus emre erdem
yunus emre erdem
575 Points

thanks for reply, but someone else says "...Also the formatting is off in general. elif and else should be in line with the if statement, but you don't actually need those for this challenge."