So far, you have learned how to enter commands and information and get some output returned, using fundamental data types: text strings, numbers, and Booleans. You have learned how to use Python as a pocket calculator, but most importantly, you have learned how to start designing your own software. Now, it is time to begin the process of refining your designs. As you learn more about Python and practice your logic juggling skills, you are likely to find simpler and more effective ways of coding your designs, and you will want to update your old scripts. This is a normal and natural part of the process of program design and a good discipline to develop early on.


Conditional Statement Null Statement Conditional Expression Loop Body Text String 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.


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