You need to indent the bool_one= True and stuff. I'll show you an example :
if 17 < 328: bool_one = True <---- must be indented
Would look kinda like this:
thanks for replying , but in need the whole code, i get tired from trying,please
In Python indentation is very important, so, for example, when you have conditional statements (like "if x == 7:" the line under the statement has to be indented four spaces.
if 17 < 328: bool_one = True if 100 == (2 * 50): bool_two = True
... and so on. Just add the four spaces to the code you've already written on the lines under the 'if' statements --- it's that simple. Good luck!
You might be better off using an online Python session to try out code.
This is just one of whole lot of other resources you can try
I'm a bit confused. Here is my code but doesn't work
Could you guys tell me what's wrong?
Many thanks for the help