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Python Conditional statement

Most of us are familiar with making real-life condition statements like "if I have enough money, I will buy a ball" which gives the condition that if you have enough money you will purchase the item but if not you won't.
Python, like all programming languages, also has a way of writing conditional statements like this, with the use of "if….." Statement
An example is a code
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When run

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The program won't do anything when it's less than the amount but if it's greater:

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If the condition is fulfilled the operation is carried out, but if not it would be carried out.
In addition, in the if statement it's possible you want the program to run when the condition is not fulfilled here you use the "else" statement.
The else is designed so if the condition under the if statement isn't fulfilled it will be
Example
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When run

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Or

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So if the money is greater than 500 it will send a message saying bought ball but if not it will send a message saying not enough funds.

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