Ok, ok by "boolean operator" it means like ==, !=, <=, >=, <, > right?
The code works fine, but I can't go on because codeacademy says "Make sure to use at least one boolean operator."
I expect this to work, because I do have boolean operators
Make sure to use at least one boolean operator. # Make sure that the_flying_circus() returns True answer = 10 def the_flying_circus(): if answer != 5: # Start coding here! print "You didn't answer 5" elif answer <= 21: print "You answered 21" else : print "You are an idiot" print the_flying_circus()