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If … Else

The if-else construct allows us to execute some block of code if a condition is True, otherwise execute some other block of code.

One of the two code blocks will always execute. It’s just a question of which one.

Note that the program is case-sensitive. “Bob” must be entered with an uppercase “B” to be identified.

name = input("Enter your name: ")

if name == 'Bob':
    print("Hello Bob!")
    print("You're not Bob!")
    print("Where is Bob?")
Enter your name: Bob
Hello Bob!
Enter your name: Clare
You're not Bob!
Where is Bob?

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