- The assignment statement (token '=', the equals sign). This operates differently than in traditional imperative programming languages, and this fundamental mechanism (including the nature of Python's version of variables) illuminates many other features of the language.
- 1. if statements. Syntax: if(condition): statement [statements] e.g. noofbooks = 2 if (noofbooks == 2): print('You have ') print(‘two books’) print(‘outside of if statement’) Output. You have two books. Note:To indicate a block of code in Python, you must indent each line of the block by the same amount.
- When the conditional part of an if-statement is long enough to require that it be written across multiple lines, it’s worth noting that the combination of a two character keyword (i.e. if), plus a single space, plus an opening parenthesis creates a natural 4-space indent for the subsequent lines of the multiline conditional.
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