# Given number1=8 and number2=13 write a program to only displays if the sum is less than 10. num1 = int(input("Enter your number ")) num2 = int(input("Enter your number ")) sum = "num1 + num2 == 10" if num1 + num2 > 10: print("This is greater than 10") else: print("This is less than 10")
I don’t understand why you have this string here.
So I don’t need to have that to add them together?
I don’t know much Python but I got some errors.
num1 = int(input("Enter your number ")) num2 = int(input("Enter your number ")) # sum = num1 + num2 == 10 Removed this if num1 + num2 > 10: print("This is greater than 10") else: print("This is less than 10")
is my fixed version. I removed what @CoderElijah said.
doesn’t seem to work, I don’t really know why. I used " instead
uhh looks like
if num1 + num2 does the job. Also, you made
sum but you never really used it…
Ok, thank you so much you are awesome.
That can’t add them together. That is a string and as such is just text with no calculations. Also
== is used for comparison, not assigning a variable.
Looks like a school assignment. Next time don’t just give the answer.
They did all the work and asked if it works. I don’t know much python but the errors told me what to fix on Replit. I didn’t code it, they did. After that, I don’t think there is a problem but that’s just my opinion.
Besides, I don’t know the answer (lol i don’t code in python)
I honestly entirely disagree. You should let the student debug on their own.
Thank you all, I’m new to python and I appreciate the help. ; )