Introduction to if Statement | Python if Statement
Conditional Statements in Python

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Conditional Statements in Python

# Introduction to if Statement

Hello, everyone! I'm delighted to welcome you to this course. Here, we will become familiar with the conditional operator, sometimes referred to as the branch operator.

Let's clarify a bit:

Here, we have the following condition: `age > 18`. In our case, `age = 20`, and because 20 is greater than 18, the condition is True. So, the code inside the if block is run, and we see the message `"You can vote"`. We learned a little bit about the conditional operator, and now let's strengthen our knowledge with simple practice. In the next chapter, we will study the syntax of this construction in more detail.

## Analysis:

In this case, we have the following condition `age > 18`. In our case, `age = 20`, and since `20 > 18`, the condition is True, so the code that is written in the `if` statement block is executed, and as a result we see `"You can vote"`. We got a little acquainted with the conditional operator, let's strengthen our knowledge with simple practice, and in the next chapter, we will study the syntax of this construction in more detail.

1. You have the following string: `string = 'codefinity'`;
2. Count the length of this string and write the result to the variable `len_of_string`;
3. Write `if statement` that checks for the following condition: if the string length is greater than 7 , print the following text: `Codefinity is the best platform to start your career in IT`.

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Section 1. Chapter 1

# Introduction to if Statement

Hello, everyone! I'm delighted to welcome you to this course. Here, we will become familiar with the conditional operator, sometimes referred to as the branch operator.

Let's clarify a bit:

Here, we have the following condition: `age > 18`. In our case, `age = 20`, and because 20 is greater than 18, the condition is True. So, the code inside the if block is run, and we see the message `"You can vote"`. We learned a little bit about the conditional operator, and now let's strengthen our knowledge with simple practice. In the next chapter, we will study the syntax of this construction in more detail.

## Analysis:

In this case, we have the following condition `age > 18`. In our case, `age = 20`, and since `20 > 18`, the condition is True, so the code that is written in the `if` statement block is executed, and as a result we see `"You can vote"`. We got a little acquainted with the conditional operator, let's strengthen our knowledge with simple practice, and in the next chapter, we will study the syntax of this construction in more detail.

1. You have the following string: `string = 'codefinity'`;
2. Count the length of this string and write the result to the variable `len_of_string`;
3. Write `if statement` that checks for the following condition: if the string length is greater than 7 , print the following text: `Codefinity is the best platform to start your career in IT`.