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# If/Else in a Nested Loop

Utilizing `if` statements remains consistent whether applied within nested loops or in a single `while` or `for` loop.

Examine the code below:

How does the code work?

We've just observed an example of utilizing `if/else` within a nested loop while handling the matrix.

Now, in your assignment, you'll be dealing with two strings.

Feel free to refer to hints if necessary!

Print all the vowels from the `text`.

1. Initialize `i`.
2. Configure the outer `while` loop to iterate through the number of elements in the `text`.
3. Configure the inner `for` loop to iterate through the number of elements in the `vowels`.
4. Implement the condition: if an element in the `text` matches one of the elements in `vowels`, then print the element.

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Python Loops Tutorial

# If/Else in a Nested Loop

Utilizing `if` statements remains consistent whether applied within nested loops or in a single `while` or `for` loop.

Examine the code below:

How does the code work?

We've just observed an example of utilizing `if/else` within a nested loop while handling the matrix.

Now, in your assignment, you'll be dealing with two strings.

Feel free to refer to hints if necessary!

Print all the vowels from the `text`.
1. Initialize `i`.
2. Configure the outer `while` loop to iterate through the number of elements in the `text`.
3. Configure the inner `for` loop to iterate through the number of elements in the `vowels`.
4. Implement the condition: if an element in the `text` matches one of the elements in `vowels`, then print the element.