Conditional statement with print() test in python


#1

I am using print(g == 'h' or g == 'l' or g == 'c') and it returns true/false I want to use this in a conditional statement


#2

Hello, @ninedragons1pearlgma!
Unfortunately there's noo way you can use print inside an if statement, print doesn't return anything, only "prints" something to the user.


#3

Well I'm not entirely sure what you want, but i'll give you the basic skeleton of what I think you might want:

if g == 'h':
   print 'true'
elif g == 'l':
    print 'false'
elif g == 'c':
    print 'false'