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ok thank you both.. the. type of coding I wanted to run was of the type that ramzi has sent firstly but my coding was not running as I was taking input by user using raw_input and then comparing it with an integer.. that's why they were unequal so if and elif part were not running
Python uses indentation, which means you have to put spaces. if 1==1: [4spaces_here]print("1 is equal to1") [4spaces_here]if 1==2: [8spaces_here] print("1 is equal to 2") [4spaces_here]else: [8spaces_here] print("1 is not equal to 2") else: [4spaces_here] print ("1 is not equal to 1") basically everything you want inside the condition should be spaced by 4 spaces.
here's another program: number=int(input("please put a number: ")) if number <0: print("your number is negative") elif number>100: print("your number is bigger then 100") else: if number<50: print("your number is positive and smaller than 50") else: print("your number is between 50 and 100") all the spacings I made are crucial and the program won't work if I don't put them exactly here I put them at the begining of the lines