Example: " If it is raining outside, then I carry umbrella."
In programming such logic is written using if statement.
emirates = input(" How many emirates are in UAE? ") emirates = int(emirates) if(emirates == 7): print(" Yes you are correct ") else: print(" No, there are 7 emirates ")Here is the code and its output:
capital = input(" What is capital of UAE? ") if(capital == " Abu Dhabi"): print(" Yes you are correct ") else: print(" No, it is Abu Dhabi ")Here is the code and its output:
Write a Python program to calculate the cost of insurance based on the age. If the age of the subscriber is more than or equal 40 years, the cost will be 500 each month, otherwise the cost is 300 a month.
age = input (" What is your age? ") age = int(age) insurance = 0 if (age >= 40): insurance = 500 else: insurance = 300 print (insurance)
When you have more than one condition in the same if statement [compound condition], then you need to use a logical operator. These logical operators simply allow you to request that both conditions must be met or only one of them.
|C1||C2||C1 and C2||C1 or C2|
|and||If both the operands are true then condition becomes true.||3 >7 and 2<3|
|or||If any of the two operands are non-z ero then condition becomes true||7 > 7 or 2 < 3|
When you have more than one condition, it is recommended to group them using brackets.
Think of a situation when condition 1 to be met and one of the other two conditions
if (condition1) and (condition2 or condition3): Process1 else: Process2 Nextprocess
A child is eligible to enter a ride if his/her age is between 4 to 10. Write a Python program to read child’s age, decide and display if the child is eligible for ride or not.
age= input("What is your age? ") age= int(age) if(age > 3 and age < 11): print(" Yes you are eligible to ride " ) else: print ("Sorry you are not eligible to ride ")Here is the code and its output: