If-statements check whether a statement meets a certain condition, and are used to write code that “makes decisions”. They start with
if followed by a condition which is evaluated to be either true or false. If it’s true, the block after the colon (
:) is run. If it’s false, the block under the
else: is run.
weather = "sunny" if weather == "sunny": print("Bring your shades") elif weather == "rainy": print("Bring your umbrella") else: print("I don't know what you should bring! I'm just a little program...")