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minimallinux

  • 2 years ago

OK next one, why, in the loop num = 5 if num > 2: print(num) num -= 1 print(num) does it only print out 5,4 (and not 3) ?

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  1. MicroBot
    • 2 years ago
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    because there is no iteration. u say that num=5 ... then u control if 5>2 (it is)... u do the if block where u print the num that is currently 5 and then u make num-1...that is 4. u exit the if statement and print the new num that is 4. then your done. no iteration

  2. minimallinux
    • 2 years ago
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    OK, so no 'while' to iterate through, me not paying attention

  3. MicroBot
    • 2 years ago
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    hahah dw at start when i saw this i thought dont know why there was a while loop xD...then i saw...:OOOxD

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