Python elif Statements :

The elif Statement :

The elif keyword is pythons way of saying "if the previous conditions were not true, then try this condition".

Syntax :

if expression1: statement(s)
elif expression2: statement(s)
elif expression3: statement(s)
else: statement(s)


Example :

  1. a = 786
  2. b = 786
  3. if(a < b) : print("a greater than b")
  4. elif (a > b) : print("b greater than a [elif statement]")
  5. elif (a==b) : print("a and b are equal [elif statement]")
  6. else : print("a and b are not equal")
  7. input()

Output :

python elif statements

Nested if-elif-else Statement :

C++ nested if Statements | C# nested if Statements - There may be a situation when you want to check for another condition after a condition resolves to true. In such a situation, you can use the nested construct.

Example :

  1. a = 200
  2. b = 20
  3. c = 200
  4. if (a == c):
  5. if (a > 200):
  6. print("a is small [nested - 1]")
  7. elif (a == 200):
  8. print("a is equal [nested - 1]")
  9. if( a != b ) :
  10. print("a is not equal to b [nested - 2]")
  11. elif(a == b) :
  12. print("a is equal to b [[nested - 2]]")
  13. else :
  14. print("another expression [nested - 2]")
  15. else:
  16. print("a is not equal [nested - 1]")
  17. elif (a == b):
  18. print("a and b are equal")
  19. else:
  20. print("a is not equal")
  21. input()

Output :

python nested if-elif-else statements

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