Python problem


Hey guys I just started learning some python, here is some problem that I encountered from the example of the book

if name == ‘Alice’:
print(‘Hi, Alice’)
elif age<12:
print(‘You are not Alice, kiddo.’)
elif age>2000:
print(‘Unline you, Alice is not an undead, immortal vampire.’)
elif age> 100:
print(‘You are not Alice, grannie.’)

The result:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “C:/Users/User/OneDrive/Documents/Python/”, line 1, in
if name == ‘Alice’:
NameError: name ‘name’ is not defined

Above was the exact example that I used from the book. I really don’t know what I did wrong, I tried to place the input for both variable ‘name’ and ‘age’ but received the syntax error message instead,

Looking forward to any reply. Thanks!

Replace this line with your code. 


Hi try to add that on top of your code

name = input("pust yor name");
age = input("what you age");
age = int(age)

the input makes the number you type a string so I add int() to convert the age from string to integer

you read more here about int()


Python doesn’t need semicolons…