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num = 5 if num > 2: print(num) num = 1 print(num) output: 5,4
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I thought num=1 would subtract one from n each time through the loop, but then why no 3 printed?
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actually by my reasoning if that were true it should print out the 2 as well...
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version 2.7 if that matters
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oh never mind, I think I know
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it's not even a while loop, it's an if clause, so it's only executed once. duh.
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