Python Programming Tutorial – 22 – Nesting Statements

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30 thoughts on “Python Programming Tutorial – 22 – Nesting Statements

  1. I might be a bit late in answering your question.
    if i were to use
    if lol == 'hi' and lol2 == 'hihi'
    then the block of code will never be executed if one of the test fails.
    instead if i were to use
    if lol == 'hi':
    if lol2 == 'hihi':,
    the block will be executed if the first condition is true. In this way i could add an else block in the first if block to do further processing.

  2. Bucky, I'm impressed with your tutorials. Very well done. Not sure why there are so many tools that act like they know it all but yet continue to watch the tutorial. Why watch a tutorial if you know it already? Losers

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