You wanted to learn something about fi-else conditionals or loops? We’ve already covered topics related to starting your Python journey and today we will tackle the topic of Control flow.
Recently I’ve started a Python programming beginner oriented series of articles. We’ve already covered topics related to starting your Python journey and last time we’ve worked with operators. Today we will continue our journey, and tackle the topic of Control flow.
Or as Jake VanderPlas in “A Whirlwind Tour of Python” would say: “Control flow is where the rubber really meets the road in programming.”
I’ve decided to split the article into several parts to facilitate the learning process. The parts are as follows:
Happy reading! :)
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