sometime we want to play games on our phone ,if you get a free time.
sometime we order food if we are hungry.
sometime we go to the party ,on the weekend.
So, All these decisions are depend on the condition being matched.
In python programing too, we must be able to execute instructions on condition’s being met. This is what condition are used for!
IF ELSE AND ELIF in Python
In this example we use two variables, a and b, which are used as part of the if statement to test whether b is greater than a. As a is 33, and b is 200, we know that 200 is greater than 33, and so we print to screen that “b is greater than a”.
Python supports the usual logical conditions from mathematics:
- Equals: a == b
- Not Equals: a != b
- Less than: a < b
- Less than or equal to: a <= b
- Greater than: a > b
- Greater than or equal to: a >= b
These conditions can be used in several ways, most commonly in “if statements” and loops.
An “if statement” is written by using the if keyword.