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Python Programming: If Statements

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Learn the basics of if, else, and elif statements in Python 2.7.

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1. Use "if" statements to test a specified condition.


The structure of an if statement is as follows:
if <condition>:         
           do something

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2. Use "else" statements to allow the execution of an alternative, if the first condition is not met


The structure of an if, else statement is as follows:
if <condition>:
         do something     
else:
         do something different

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3. Use "elif" statements allow for the checking of multiple conditions.


The structure of an if, else, elif statement is as follows:    
if <condition>:
         do something     
elif <another condition>:
         do something different     
else:
         do something completely different

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