```People = 30
Cars = 40
Trucks = 14
# line 1,2,3 assign the value to variables
If cars > people: Using if statement
Print(“we should take the  cars.”)
Elif cars < people: if 1st is false execute elif
print(“we should not take the car.”)
else : # if both are false then execute else:
print(“we can’t decide.”)

```
```x = int(input("Please enter an integer: "))
Please enter an integer: 42 #getting input from user
>>> if x < 0: #1st condition
...    x = 0
...    print('Negative changed to zero')
... elif x == 0: #2nd condition
...    print('Zero')
... elif x == 1: #3rd condition
...    print('Single')
... else: #4th condition
...    print('More')
```
```1.People = 30
2.Cars = 40
3. Trucks = 14
# line 1,2,3 assign the value to variables
4.If cars > people: #Using if statement
5.Print(“we should take the  cars.”)
6.Elif cars < people: #if 1st is false execute elif
7.print(“we should not take the car.”)
8.else : # if both are false then execute else:
9.print(“we can’t decide.”)
```
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