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in series: Python Beginners - the 'if' statement

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Testing conditions is key to programming in any imperative programming language (e.g. Python, Java, C). We use the 'if' statement to decide on one course of action if the test is True or another course of action if the test is False. In this short series we use Python 2.5 to demonstrate 'if', 'else' and 'elif'.

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20. Mokhshan Mon, 12 Apr 2010 14:05

I thought it was interesting and informative


19. Tristan Van Tilborgh Fri, 08 Jan 2010 06:43

If i evaluate to pay for a series of training video's then i would like to see at least one free video that gives me a proper training on one specific item to see the quality of the tutorials to come.

I have looked to 3 of them on your website and none of them explain anything properly. They talk about what it can do - but that doesn't help me to quantify the quality of the other video's.


17. anonymous Mon, 23 Nov 2009 07:31

Good!


16. anonymous Fri, 23 Oct 2009 21:59

I'm looking through trying to decide whether or not to buy. Looks okay, but the audio was a bit difficult to understand in parts. I'm going to look at more. . .

Thanks


15. anonymous Wed, 19 Aug 2009 09:05

Ian,

1st off, great videos. I am learning rapidly and efficiently. I have only one universal complaint... The volume. Don't get me wrong, its nice to have a narrator without an abrasive voice, but it is hard to hear every now and then... I am listening with headphones and my system volume is cranked to the max!

But I can hardly complain about anything else. Well done!

Thanks,

Brett


14. anonymous Tue, 14 Jul 2009 00:46

So far so good, keep up the good work. Are there any videos for ASP/VB6 programmers looking to learn python.


13. anonymous Wed, 24 Jun 2009 23:16

It's simple but good to me. Thanks.


12. anonymous Fri, 19 Jun 2009 19:21

good so far


11. anonymous Mon, 08 Jun 2009 03:17

Nice and interesting


sounds great... can't wait to watch the videos...


Hello Ian

Just wanted to say Thanks for your time and effort. I am a computer scientist student and your vids are helping me a lot.

Thanx


Hello Ian

Just wanted to say Thanks for your time and effort. I am a computer scientist student and your vids are helping me a lot.

Thanx


hi man watsup iam a newbi to prgm am staring with pyton is it agood idea? really need you help


It's really useful for me to go up


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