Go to Chapter 9 in A Smarter Way.
An if statement in Python requires some careful punctuation and indentation:
if this_cat == my_cat: # This cat is mine. print("%s is my cat!" % cat.title())
Note the comparison operator, ==, as opposed to the assignment operator, =.
Go to Chapter 10 in A Smarter Way.
Note the list of operators available to you:
== # is equal != # not equal > # greater than < # less than >= # greater or equal <= # less or equal
- Return to examples.py.
- Do a test on the author’s name. If the name variable holds the proper name, print “Authorized Edition”.
- If the name variable doesn’t hold the proper name, print “No an Authorized Edition!”