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Conditional statements are used to create decision-making code. The conditional statement can be written as if or elif, which are the same. They are used to determine whether a condition is true or false. If the condition is true, then the code inside of it will execute.

A conditional statement is an if-then statement that's used to check a condition and execute one or more statements based on whether or not the condition is true. The statements are called the "body" of the statement, and they can be as simple as a single line of code or as complex as multiple lines.

Python is an open-source programming language. It is considered more readable than other programming languages, due to its use of English keywords rather than punctuation. One can interpret Python code more easily if they are aware of the different conditional statements that are available in this programming language.

If-elif statements are a type of conditional statement in Python that lets you perform one of several actions based on different decisions. They're similar to if-else statements, but they allow you to "branch" the program by using elif, which means "else if."

Conditional statements are a way to run a specific command or piece of code based on a given condition. They are often referred to as "if-then-else" statements. For example, you can set conditions for something to happen when certain criteria are met.

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