7 thoughts on “[lesson number 2] If statement.

  1. omg man, learn how to use your and you’re… english isn’t my native language and I have never made this kind of mistake.

    • Screw off. This is for learning Python. If you’d like to grammar Nazi, you can go and do it on the rest of Reddit, but not here.

  2. So I was trying this out. First off, it keeps throwing an error at me when I am writing this (even as copy paste).

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File “”, line 1, in
    Good
    NameError: name ‘Good’ is not defined

    If I type X is spits out Good. If I type anything else it throws up the same error.

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