To compare two values with an
if statement in Python, you can use comparison operators such as
== (equal to),
!= (not equal to),
< (less than),
> (greater than),
<= (less than or equal to), or
>= (greater than or equal to). Here’s an example:
a = 5 b = 10 if a == b: print("a and b are equal") elif a < b: print("a is less than b") else: print("a is greater than b")
In this example, we compare the values of
b using the
if statement and the comparison operators.
- The condition
a == bchecks if
ais equal to
b. If it evaluates to
True, the corresponding code block is executed, printing “a and b are equal”.
elifstatement introduces an additional condition to check if
ais less than
<operator. If it evaluates to
True, the corresponding code block is executed, printing “a is less than b”.
- If none of the previous conditions are satisfied, the
elseblock is executed, and it prints “a is greater than b”.
You can modify the comparison operators and conditions based on your specific requirements. Note that indentation is crucial in Python to indicate the scope of code blocks associated with