Exercise 31: Making Decisions
In the first half of this book you mostly just printed out things called functions, but everything was basically in a straight line. Your scripts ran starting at the top and went to the bottom where they ended. If you made a function you could run that function later, but it still didn't have the kind of branching you need to really make decisions. Now that you have if, else, and elif you can start to make scripts that decide things.
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