In the context of this exercise, within a Python for loop, does, or should, every
if statement have an
if statements in general, whether or not they are part of a
for loop, they do not always need to be followed by an
else statement. (This may be helpful to keep in mind for this exercise!)
If nothing else should happen if the condition is
False, then it might make sense to exclude the
else entirely. This not only saves space, by reducing the code by a few lines, but can also potentially speed up a program, by moving to the next iteration of a loop immediately instead of running additional code per iteration.