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Not really stuck, just curious about something.
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I wanted to add maybe an "elif"
my reason Is having three outcomes.
If the user didn’t enter a thing to print out “empty”.
if the user entered anything but letters to print "use letters only."
and if the user enter a word to print out he’s word.
how do i go about doing this?
I made a few switches around, in the elif i added the “isalpha()” deleting it from the if statement.
doesn’t work it still prints out the “empty…” I then switched around the “len()” to the “elif” and “isalpha()” to the “If” but it still the same results.
So in order for my idea to work how would i go about it to make it print three different outcomes?```python
print ‘Welcome to the Pig Latin Translator!’
original = raw_input("Enter a word: ")
if len(original) > 0 and original.isalpha():
print "well hello there " + original + "!"
print “empty, please use letters only.”
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