First off lets get some input from the user that we can use in the if statement. I will do it in the context of test grades.
score = int(input("Please enter your score out of 100: "))
We now have the user score stored in the variable "score" as an integer.
Now lets look at the operators for a if statement.
- == Is used for equal to.
- <= Is used for less than or equal to.
- >= Is used for greater than or equal to.
- != Is used for not equal to.
- and can be used for 2 comparisions.
if ( score >= 90 ): print("A") elif ( score >= 80 and score < 90 ): print("B") elif ( score >= 70 and score < 80 ): print("C") elif ( score < 70 ): print("Fail")
Now if we run this code with the score as 85 it should print out a "B" to the screen.