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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

traolach trewhella
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traolach trewhella
Courses Plus Student 835 Points

so i clearly had trouble here was i kind of close please help with theas 2 qustions im trying my best(:

so i dont use else here correct i only use the if {:

conditions.py
admitted = None
admitted = > 13
if admitted > 13 
print("admitted") is = 13

2 Answers

Viraj Kokane
Viraj Kokane
17,531 Points
 admitted = None
if age >= 13: 
  admitted = True;
else:
  admitted = False;

You don't need the else block.

Viraj Kokane
Viraj Kokane
17,531 Points

Hi traolach trewhella, you are missing the indentation and the colons in your python code which is very important or else you will definitely get an error. Do the same as I did in the above code and you'll definitely pass!