# Python Decision Making

Decision making statements in python, helps in controlling your program accordingly. There are the following decision making statements available in Python:

All the above three decision making statements are described in a single tutorial. Therefore, all the three links goes to a single tutorial page.

## Python Decision Making Example

Here is an example, demonstrating decision making statements in python:

```# Python Decision Making - Example

while True:
print("Enter 'x' for exit.")
val = input("Enter a number: ")
if val == 'x':
break
else:
numb = int(val)
if numb>0 and numb<100:
if numb>0 and numb<50:
print("You entered number between 0-50.\n")
else:
print("You entered number between 50-100.\n")
else:
print("You entered number other than 0-100.\n")```

Here is the sample run of the above python decision making program: Let's take another example also illustrates how to use decision making statements to control your program:

```# Python Decision Making - Example

while True:
print("Enter 'x' for exit.")
n = input("Enter any number: ")
if n == 'x':
break
else:
val = int(n)
if val>0 and val<100:
if val>0 and val<25:
print("You entered a number between 0-25.\n")
elif val == 25:
print("You entered 25.\n")
elif val>25 and val<50:
print("You entered a number between 25-50.\n")
elif val == 50:
print("You entered 50.\n")
elif val>50 and val<75:
print("You entered a number between 50-75.\n")
elif val == 75:
print("You entered 75.\n")
else:
print("You entered a number between 75-100.\n")
elif val == 0:
print("You entered 0.\n")
elif val == 100:
print("You entered 100.\n")
else:
print("You entered either negative or a number greater than 100.\n")```

Here are snapshots of sample runs of above python program to understand completely about decision making statements in python. This is the first snapshot: Here is the second snapshot: ### More Examples

Here are the list of some more examples in python, demonstrates decision making statements in python:

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