The else function does not appear even if the “if” conditions are not met [closed]

Closed. This question is not reproducible or was caused by typos. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for Stack Overflow. Closed 2 days ago. Improve this question The problem is when the bro says “no” the condition “if” always appears even if i use “else” or “elif”, why? Isn’t it supposed that if the input is something other than yes or yeah, is else what appears? pls help ok here is my code: enter image description here Answer In Python, the expression: is equivalent to: And, since “YEAH” is

if else Conditions

The problem is like this My solution: Now, if I enter 18 then it should be printed “Weird”. But it is showing “Not Weird”. I am not getting where the problem of my code is. Answer The operator & is the bitwise and operation. You need logical AND, instead, and it is done by means of and keyword. Just replace & with and:

Coverage for one-liner if statement

Static code analyzers for Python do not generate branches in the following case (one-liner if). Is this by design? Even coverage gives 100% coverage even if only one case is tested. Can anyone please shed some light on this? Answer The first comment says “does not create a control structure.” I don’t know what that means. Whether it’s one line or many lines, the compiled byte code is nearly the same: The reason coverage.py can’t tell you about the one-line case is because of the trace function that Python uses to tell coverage.py what is going on. The trace function

Why does it ignore my continue in the for-loop? [closed]

Closed. This question is not reproducible or was caused by typos. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for Stack Overflow. Closed 7 months ago. Improve this question Hello I’m new here and would like to know, why my for-loop doesn’t react to the continue. It goes into the else branch. But just ignores the continue. Answer I suspect you have it backwards: continue is being executed when it shouldn’t be. You need to use elif for your sequence of conditions. Your else: block is only associated with the last

Syntax for an If statement using a boolean

I just recently joined the python3 HypeTrain. However I just wondered how you can use an if statement onto a boolean. Example: And also, can I just switch the value of a boolean like this? Answer You can change the value of a bool all you want. As for an if: works, but you can also use: If you want to test whether something is false you can use: but you can also use:

Python for and if on one line

I have a issue with python. I make a simple list: I want create a “single line code” for find a string. for example, I have this code: But when I watch the variable is wrong (I find the last value of my list): Why does my variable contain the last element and not the element that I want to find? Answer You are producing a filtered list by using a list comprehension. i is still being bound to each and every element of that list, and the last element is still ‘three’, even if it was subsequently filtered out