Day 5 - 100 Days of Code: If statements + Else, how to stop program from executing 'else' after if already answered

Please teach me how to stop the program from printing ‘else’ function after the result (“You’re Korg!!”) printed

Tutorial number: Day 5

print("Marvel Movie Character Creator")
ID1=input("Do you like hanging around? ")
if ID1=="no":
  print("Then you're not Spider-man")
  ID2=input("Do you have 'gravelly' voice? ")
  if ID2=="no":
    print("Aww,then you're not Korg")
    ID3=input("Do you often feel 'Marvelous'? ")
    if ID3=="yes":
      print("Aha! You're Captain Marvel! Hi!")
  if ID2=="yes":
    print("You're Korg!!")
if ID1=="yes":
  print("Then you're Spider-man!")
  print("Hmmm maybe you're not fit to be a Hero afterall :(")

3 posts were merged into an existing topic: Day 005 - Project 5 : “Which character are you?” Generator

No prob, happy to help :smiley:

Hey @STaera - if I helped you, mark my post as a Solution.

I actually don’t know how to do it, never done it before, I think it’s something to do with the three dots on every post

Also, BTW welcome to the community :smiley:

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love to but how do i mark your reply as solution/mark this topic as “solved”?

On the comment that solves your problem, press the “Solution Button”.

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