FAQ: Learn Python - Pyglatin - Check Yourself... Some More

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Can we use elif instead of and?

No, given the behavior is different, if we do:

if A and B:

then A and B (conditions) have to be true for the if clause to be executed

where as:

if A:

elif B:

when A is true, the if clause is executed, if A is false and B is true, the elif clause is executed.

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