Lecture04-conditional-3pp

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Unformatted text preview: ement> 20 Handling mulGple cases with elif Start Check Forecast • If it is too cold (< ­20) we wear a Parka Max < -20? TRUE • If it is >=  ­20 but <  ­10 we wear a Jacket FALSE Wear Parka Max < -10? TRUE • If it is >=  ­10, we wear a shirt FALSE Wear Jacket Wear Shirt Display result Stop 21 7 13 ­09 ­16 Handling mulGple cases with elif Max < -20? TRUE FALSE Wear Parka Max < -10? TRUE FALSE Wear Jacket Wear Shirt 22 Which way is beKer? this one seems a LOT more readable 23 Control Flow Summary • We have seen 3 ways to control ﬂow in our programs so far:   1. if/else   2. if without else   3. elif (must have an if; else is op=onal) • There are more! … but we’ll see them later 24 8 13 ­09 ­16 What’s the output? a=10 b=4 c=2 d=3 if((a+b)>=(d...
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