How to do a one line if statement in python?

If Statements are logical alternatives that will execute something based on something. They

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are very intuitive as you are already doing them everyday in your everyday life, it is just a matter of learning the syntax for them (code language for saying how to write them in Python).

For example, should I get coffee? if yes, then add cream, if not, get tea with honey.

IF statements follows the following structure

Python works a lot with indentation. please note that the print comment is indented. if it wouldn't be, then an error would be thrown. Same goes for loops.

If Logical statement:    
   #Do something if the logical statement is true.
   Print ("Pls Fix Thx")

Logical expressions.

Logical expressions in python follow similar structure as most languages.

Equals a == b
Not Equals a != b
Less than a < b
Less than or equal to a <= b
Greater than a > b
Greater than or equal to a >= b

"and", "or" between logical expressions works like normal. 

If with multiple conditions.

Similar to most coding languages. "Else if", is shortened in python to just "Elif"

x = 7
y = 5

if x > y:
    print("x is greater")
elif x == y:
    print("x and y are equal")
    print("y is greater")

Nested if statement

In some cases you will want to nest your if statement. an if in another if.

x = 7
y = 5
z = 14

if x > y:
    print("x is greater than y")
    if x > z:
        print("x is greater than z")
        print("x is smaller than z")

Shorter if statement - single if.

x = 7
y = 7

if y == x: print("x and y are equal.")

Shorter if statement - 2 ifs.

#Result = is "Thx."
x = 7
y = 7

print("Please Fix") if a > b else print("Thx.")

Shorter if statement - 3 ifs.

#Result = is "Fix"
x = 7
y = 7

print("Please") if a > b else print("Fix") if a == b else print("Thx.")

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