Just started, need help!
kragen at pobox.com
Sun Dec 2 00:25:44 CET 2001
"Kyle Thompson" <skunkteeth at focuslost.com> writes:
> When I do an input command, I hit enter so I may then do the if and else
> command but when I hit enter it try's to run the input command. How do I
> make it not run when its being made and just run when I'm done with a part
> and want to run it?
I think I understand what you're asking, but I'm not sure. Here's the
answer to what I think you're asking.
Put the stuff you want to not run inside a def, like this:
name = raw_input("What's your name? ")
if name == 'Kyle':
print "I love you"
print "hello,", name
Then you can run it by typing hikyle().
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