Flashcards on Branching commands in Python

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What are branching commands used for in Python?

Branching commands are used to perform different actions based on certain conditions in Python.

What is the purpose of if statements in Python?

If statements allow the program to execute a block of code only if a certain condition is true.

What does the elif keyword represent in Python?

The elif keyword is used to specify an additional condition to be checked if the preceding if statement is false.

What is the purpose of the else keyword in Python?

The else keyword is used to specify a block of code to be executed if all preceding if and elif statements are false.

How can you write a nested if statement in Python?

You can write a nested if statement by including an entire if statement inside another if statement.

What is the purpose of the pass keyword in Python?

The pass keyword is used as a placeholder when a statement is required syntactically but no action is needed.

What is the syntax for an if statement in Python?

The syntax for an if statement in Python is: if condition: followed by indented block of code.

What does the not operator do in Python?

The not operator is used to negate a boolean value, flipping it from true to false or vice versa.

What is the difference between if and elif statements in Python?

The difference is that an if statement is checked regardless of any previous conditions, while an elif statement is only checked if the preceding if (or elif) statements are false.

How can you write an if-else statement in Python?

You can write an if-else statement by using the else keyword followed by an indented block of code after the if block.

What is the purpose of the and operator in Python?

The and operator is used to combine multiple conditions and only returns true if all conditions are true.

What is the purpose of the or operator in Python?

The or operator is used to combine multiple conditions and returns true if any of the conditions are true.

How can you write an if-elif-else statement in Python?

You can write an if-elif-else statement by using the elif and else keywords after the if block, followed by indented blocks of code.

What is the purpose of the == operator in Python?

The == operator is used to check if two values are equal.

What is the purpose of the != operator in Python?

The != operator is used to check if two values are not equal.

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