Registrations Closing Soon for DevOps Certification Training by CloudxLab | Registrations Closing inEnroll Now
Conditional statements give us the ability to check conditions and change the behavior of the program accordingly. Most basic is
if x > y: print("Yes x is greater than y") elif x == y: print("Oops! x is equal to y") else: print("No x is not greater than y")
The boolean expression after the
if statement is called the condition. We end the
if statement with a colon character (
:) and the line(s) after the
if statement are indented. Same is valid for
If the logical condition is true, then the indented statement gets executed. If the logical condition is false, the indented statement is skipped and the flow goes forward to
else statement whatever is present. It may be possible nothing is present after the if statements depending upon the requirement.
elif is an abbreviation of "else if." There is no limit on the number of
elif statements. If there is an
else clause, it has to be at the end, but there doesn't have to be one necessarily.
One conditional can also be nested within another.
if x == y: print('x and y are equal') else: if x < y: print('x is less than y') else: print('x is greater than y')
Define a function with name
conditional_statements that takes 4 arguments as
num4. Inside the function implement a conditional that checks if all the following conditions are true,
num1is less than
num2, greater than
num3and equal to
num3is the smallest of all the other arguments
If all the above conditions are true return the sum of all numbers else return
You can test your function by calling it using different arguments and printing the result. See if it returns the appropriate result.
No hints are availble for this assesment
Answer is not availble for this assesment
Note - Having trouble with the assessment engine? Follow the steps listed here