(@mikewizard, @dragonranger, @corepro60763, and @rohitverma78)
Don't worry if you don't get this right now! Everyone here will get it with time, practice, and (most importantly) patience. Let's get some things out of the way here:
if ______ > 5:
elif ______ answer < 5:
First thing, remember the importance of the indents. If there is a
: (colon), make sure that it follows with an indent.
Second thing, when you are
def greater_less_equal(answer), the argument
() here is
(answer). So when using the
elif: statement, it's basically asking "if" the argument (remember that it's
answer here) is > 5, then it will return a 1. Otherwise, it will return a -1 or 0, depending on what
(answer) is given.
In order to test the solution, the
print function already gives you a number to use for the
(answer) argument. The numbers they give are:
(6). I hope this helps!