Python If Statement

Chapter: Python Last Updated: 14-09-2018 05:48:29 UTC

Program:

            /* ............... START ............... */
                
# If Statment in Python

num = 50
if num > 0:
    print(num, "is a positive number.")

num1 = -88
if num1 > 0:
    print(num1, "is a positive number.")
else:
    print(num1, "is a negative number.")

if (num > num1) : print(num," is greater than b",num1)
                /* ............... END ............... */
        

Output

50 is a positive number.
-88 is a negative number.
50  is greater than b -88

Notes:

  • In Python we need a ":" after the if and else statment. In the program you can see that coloun after the if and else statements.
  • Syntax : if condition : Block of code.
  • In the above program first num is stored value 50 and in if statement checks if it is greater than zero and it returns true and print "is a positive number". Like wise you can see the other if else statement comparison also in the program.
  • Print function in python is used to print the output to the console.

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