I am learning Python and I wanted to do a one_way decision have a problem with the if statement when I indent after : it doesn’t act as a block it doesn’t even show the arrow to minimize the block like the else statement.
and in the command prompt when I run the script if I write 6 which is true 6 is greater than 5 and prints out line 8 but if I write 2 which is false it prints line 6,7,8
Everything is working correctly.
i < 5 evaluates to
i = 2 and
i = 6 because
< is the “less than” symbol. You don’t have an
else statement, so the program will always run line 8.
Are you sure? It works for me. Have you tried moving the mouse over the line number next to the
yes I tried to hover the mouse no arrow here I wrote a different script with elif and else condition this way it work perfect the script but its weird the if still doesn’t recognize as a block no arrow beside it .
note the mouse doesn’t show on pic I used print screen
magicpython instead and see if that fixes it.
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just wanted to let you know I downloaded magicpython and it fixed it thanks
Good to know.
print(“enter a value of greater than 5”)
print(“value”,ival,“is equal not greater”)
RUN with Python 3.7.3shell, and i want to konw why you all coding python codes without python?
Clearly, the original poster has Python installed, since they were able to run their script.