Python if else loop

The if-else statement in Python is used for control flow in your program. It allows you to specify two blocks of code, one to be executed if a certain condition is met, and another to be executed if the condition is not met.

The basic syntax for an if-else statement is:

if condition:
# code to execute if condition is True
# code to execute if condition is False

The condition is a boolean expression that evaluates to either True or False. If the condition is True, the code inside the first block (after the if keyword) is executed. If the condition is False, the code inside the second block (after the else keyword) is executed.

Here’s an example of an if-else statement in Python:

x = 3
if x > 5:
print(“x is greater than 5”)
print(“x is not greater than 5”)

In this example, the condition x > 5 is False, so the code inside the else block print("x is not greater than 5") is executed and the output is x is not greater than 5.

In summary, the if-else statement in Python allows you to control the flow of your program by executing different blocks of code based on whether a specified condition is met or not.

Disclaimer: The information provided on the blog is for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be considered as a substitute for professional advice.


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