Hi everyone, For the purity checker, is there an easier way to do this? The code works but I feel like I made it bulkier than necessary? Could I have used elif in this? purity = float(input()) if(purity >= 75.0 and purity <= 83.2): print('18K') if(purity >= 83.3 and purity <= 91.6): print('20K') if(purity >= 91.7 and purity <= 99.8): print('22K') if(purity >= 99.9): print('24K')
8/5/2021 10:55:14 PMMannsfate
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This is a little more compact and should do it. The number of lines is the same, but the if statements are shorter. https://code.sololearn.com/cbMblg19s7Ln/?ref=app
I see where my thought process went now. For lack of a better term, I was establishing the max and minimum twice instead of letting the prior if statement set it. Thanks for sharing that.
If you want to optimize, you need to avoid to go through all if statements each time. If else statements or return/ break in ifs should help