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Felt like I was at Hogwarts with all the casting I did today !
Day 9 of #Replit100DaysOfCode #100DaysOfCode.
I researched how to do multiple conditional statements in one if statement.
I used this guide: Check multiple conditions in if statement – Python - GeeksForGeeks
So, I ended up with multiple parentheses around each set of multiple conditional statements:
#Day 9 of Replit's 100 Days of Code #Working with Numbers year=int(input("What year were you born? ")) if ((year >= 1946) and (year <= 1964)): print("You are a Baby Boomer!") elif ((year >= 1965) and (year <= 1980)): print("You are Generation X!") elif ((year >= 1981) and (year <= 1996)): print("You are a Millennial!") elif ((year >= 1997) and (year <= 2012)): print("You are Generation Z!") elif year >= 2013: print("You are Generation Alpha!") else: print("Enjoy your retirement!")
I saw in the code reveal that those parentheses are not needed. I would guess that it is preferred to leave them out. Could you please tell me if there is good reason to include the parentheses, apart from personal preference?
[100 Days Of Code] Day 9
I had some more fun with it this time
For readability you can keep them, but still the outer most can go anyhow
I was trying to figure out day 9, but in your code above and the way you have written it, I take it you have experience in coding, yes? I am a complete novice.
You have to rerun the program.
Can you try it and let me know how it goes? Feel I am missing alot: https://replit.com/@MisterMeyer/day-9-100-days