Hey guys im trying to male a simple login use variables and inputs. Can i have some help with my code! A syntax error keeps coming up where i state x = v. print 'Hello User' x = 'Tanner' v = input('ENTER YOUR NAME HERE') if x = v print ('\n Welcome Tanner!') else x != v print ('\n User Not Found!!') | SoloLearn: Learn to code for FREE!

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Hey guys im trying to male a simple login use variables and inputs. Can i have some help with my code! A syntax error keeps coming up where i state x = v. print 'Hello User' x = 'Tanner' v = input('ENTER YOUR NAME HERE') if x = v print ('\n Welcome Tanner!') else x != v print ('\n User Not Found!!')

5/19/2017 5:50:52 PM

Tanner

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Don't use any condition after else. If needed, then use elif.

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= is not comparing to see if x is equal to v. It is assigning x to the value of v. use == for comparing. if x == v : # do this else : # do this

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Did you have the : after the condition?

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Thanks!!!

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So now its coming up with a syntax error for v

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can you share script

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Yeah i Figured it out. But should 'tanner' be a string?? Now this is coming up: Traceback (most recent call last): File "Login.py", line 3, in <module> v = input('ENTER YOUR NAME HERE') File "<string>", line 1, in <module> NameError: name 'Tanner' is not defined

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give Tanner in single quotes

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Could you write that out in code im not sure what you mean