September 23rd, 2012, 05:54 PM
The answer depends upon whether you're using python 3 or an earlier version.
In python 3 input returns a string which is never equal to the Boolean data type value True and so the else event always happens.
In python 2 input evaluates the string you type, and returns that. Thus, in python2 the entries of
would cause the true branch of the if statement to execute.
(or if you happen to have a variable named a with the value of 1 assigned to it you could enter a as well.)
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