[Tutor] How to print a variable from an if/else statement

bob gailer bgailer at gmail.com
Wed Sep 12 18:38:31 CEST 2012

Precision in terminology is good.

Python has /keywords./ /if, //and, //else /are /keywords. /All keywords 
are all lower case.

Keywords cannot be overridden by assignment.

/Python has statements/./ /if // is a ///statement./////////So is /def.////

///Some keywords are part of the structure of statements, e.g. 
if...else, for..in.

Someof these may also be used in expressions, e.g. 3 if a == 1 else 2.
///In Python 3 /print/ is a /function./

Python has a few /built-in constants, /including /None, True, False. 
/These names are Title case, and can be overridden by assignment.

Bob Gailer
Chapel Hill NC

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