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 from random import *
 answer = randint(0,100)
 correct = False
 while not(correct):
     guess = int(input("Guess a number: "))
     if guess < answer:
         print("Too low")
     elif guess > answer:
         print("Too high")
     else:
         print("Correct!")
         correct = True
to:
(:source lang=python:)
from random import *
answer = randint(0,100)
correct = False
while not(correct):
    guess = int(input("Guess a number: "))
    if guess < answer:
        print("Too low")
    elif guess > answer:
        print("Too high")
    else:
        print("Correct!")
        correct = True
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 ~=  - not equal to
to:
 !=  - not equal to
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<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/UoXtYnIviEU" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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 and - return TRUE if both statements are TRUE (also &&)
 or  - return TRUE if either statement is TRUE (also ||)
 not - return
the opposite of the input TRUE/FALSE (also ~)
to:
 and - return True if both statements are True
 or
  - return True if either statement is True
 not - return the opposite of
the input True/False
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 =   - equal
to:
 ==  - equal
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(:title MATLAB Conditional Statements:)
(:keywords analysis, MATLAB, Mathworks, greater than, less than, equal to:)
(:description A conditional statement is implemented into a MATLAB script to change code execution based on the result of logical statements:)

The following tutorial is an introduction to MATLAB conditional statements using the IF command and comparison statements such as those shown below.
to:
(:title Python Conditional Statements:)
(:keywords analysis, Python, conditional, flow, greater than, less than, equal to:)
(:description A conditional statement is implemented in a Python script to change code execution based on the result of logical statements:)

The following tutorial is an introduction to Python conditional statements using the IF command and comparison statements such as those shown below.
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Certain functions such as AND, OR, XOR, and NOT can be used to combine, select, or reverse the outcome of conditional statements. These logical operations change the results based on input data.
to:
Certain keywords such as AND, OR, and NOT can be used to combine, select, or reverse the outcome of conditional statements. These logical operations change the results based on input data.
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 xor - exclusive OR is TRUE when both inputs differ
to:
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!!!!Number Guessing Game in MATLAB

 clear all
 answer = randi
(100);
correct = false; % or true
 while
not(correct)
    myGuess = input('Guess a number');
    if (myGuess==answer)
        correct = true;
 
     disp('Correct!')
    elseif (myGuess<answer)
        disp('Too low, try again')
   else
        disp('Too high, try again')
    end
 end
to:
!!!!Number Guessing Game in Python

 from random import *
 answer = randint
(0,100)
correct = False
 while
not(correct):
     guess = int(input("Guess a number: "))
     if guess < answer:
         print("Too low")
    elif guess > answer:
        print("Too high")
 
  else:
         print("Correct!")
 
      correct = True
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!!!!Number Guessing Game
to:
!!!!Number Guessing Game in MATLAB
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!!!!Source Code
to:
!!!!Number Guessing Game

 clear all
 answer = randi(100);
 correct = false; % or true
 while not(correct)
    myGuess = input('Guess a number');
    if (myGuess==answer)
        correct = true;
        disp('Correct!')
    elseif (myGuess<answer)
        disp('Too low, try again')
    else
        disp('Too high, try again')
    end
 end
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(:title MATLAB Conditional Statements:)
(:keywords analysis, MATLAB, Mathworks, greater than, less than, equal to:)
(:description A conditional statement is implemented into a MATLAB script to change code execution based on the result of logical statements:)

The following tutorial is an introduction to MATLAB conditional statements using the IF command and comparison statements such as those shown below.

 '''Operator'''
 <  - less than
 <=  - less than or equal to
 >  - greater than
 >=  - greater than or equal to
 =  - equal
 ~=  - not equal to

Certain functions such as AND, OR, XOR, and NOT can be used to combine, select, or reverse the outcome of conditional statements. These logical operations change the results based on input data.

 '''Function'''
 if  - execute code with true logical condition
 and - return TRUE if both statements are TRUE (also &&)
 or  - return TRUE if either statement is TRUE (also ||)
 not - return the opposite of the input TRUE/FALSE (also ~)
 xor - exclusive OR is TRUE when both inputs differ

The following video tutorial demonstrates logical operations with a number guessing game.

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