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Python Python Basics Types and Branching Comparisons

using if statement

if I want to use an if statement to check if a persons age is equal or greater then, how would I do it?

age = input("what is your age")

if age ==> 50:
print("......")

i know this is wrong but I can't find anywhere how to do it right

how would I write this

nvm i figure it out

age=int(input("what is your age"))

if age >= int(50) print('.....")

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,425 Points

Congratulations on resolving your own issue! :+1:

For future reference, you can find a list of operators with their evaluation order precedence in the online Python documentation.