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Example. "If today is Wednesday, then yesterday was Tuesday," says the conditional statement. Hypothesis: "If today is Wednesday," we must conclude that "yesterday was Tuesday." As Math Planet correctly says, the converse is found simply rearranging the hypothesis and conclusion.

Conditional expressions in Python are written as follows. First, the situation is assessed. If the condition is True, X is evaluated and the result is returned; if the condition is False, Y is evaluated and the result is returned. Simply specify each value as it is if you wish to switch the value based on the criteria.

Python has four conditional statements available. We will learn about conditional statements in this tutorial, including brief definitions, syntax, and easy examples for each of them.

Conditional statements are used in Python to execute different code depending on the condition. This is a powerful feature that can help us write more efficient code.

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