If Elif Else Statements
The if/elif/else structure may be a common thanks to control the flow of a program, allowing you to execute specific blocks of code counting on the worth of some data.
If the condition following the keyword if evaluates as true, the block of code will execute. Note that parentheses aren’t used before and after the condition check as in other languages.
You can optionally add an else response which will execute if the condition is false:
Or you can also see this example:
Note that there’s no condition following the else keyword – it catches all situations where the condition was false
Multiple conditions are often checked by including one or more elif checks after your initial if statement. Just confine mind that just one condition will execute:
Note: only the first condition that evaluates as
true will execute. Even though z > 6 is
if/elif/else block terminates after the first true condition. This means that an
else will only execute if none of the conditions were
Nested if statements
We can also create nested if’s for deciding . Before preceding please ask the href=’https://guide.freecodecamp.org/python/code-blocks-and-indentation’ target=’_blank’ rel=‘nofollow’>indentation guide once before preceding.
Let’s take an example of finding variety which is even and also greater than 10
This was just an easy example for nested if’s. Please be happy to explore more online.
While the examples above are simple, you’ll create complex conditions using boolean comparisons and boolean operators.
We can also use if-else statements inline python functions. the subsequent example should check if the amount is bigger or equal than 50, if yes return True: