[Video] if….and…or…..NOT!!! (Python Logical Operators) // EP 6


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In this episode of NetworkChuck’s Python series, he teaches you how to keep out evil Ben and how to keep out evil Patricia and Loki. But sometimes you need to make some exceptions for good deeds! Get prepared to learn about the Python Logical Operators and, or, and not!

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  1. What I use to learn (the BEST IT training): https://ntck.co/itprotv (30% off FOREVER) *affiliate link

    In this episode of NetworkChuck's Python series, he teaches you how to keep out evil Ben and how to keep out evil Patricia and Loki. But sometimes you need to make some exceptions for good deeds! Get prepared to learn about the Logical Operators and, or, and not!

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    0:00 Intro

    1:30 Ad read

    2:45 Let's get STARTED!

    3:50 NEW CONCEPT: Logical operators! (or)

    5:23 Mini challenge 1! Make sure we say, Patricia!

    6:47 Mini challenge 2! Make sure Loki can't get in!

    7:31 Flowchart mode!

    8:26 NEW CONCEPT: Logical operators! (and)

    8:43 Mini challenge 3! Check for good deeds!

    11:48 NEW CONCEPT: Logical operators! (not)

    13:08 Booleans! Don't get hungry!

    16:30 != not

    16:50 Outro

  2. Hey dude can I ask you something. Which program or software do you use for drawing on screen??

    question = input("Is Networkchuck the best youtuber??")

    if question == "Yes"
    print("Okay you're my friend!!")
    else:
    print("Bruh you suck!! get tha f*** out!!")

  3. Hello Chuck,

    Based on your enthusiasm, I suspect you of micro-dosing cocaine.
    I'm kidding, I'm a caffeine addict too… 😉

    I just wanted to point out that one or two of your tutorials will give me an understanding of the subject matter to the point that I can skip a week of boot camp and still understand more advanced topics. Your lessons are extremely motivating and fun. I've been working in IT for a couple of years now, and it was only you that got me to start learning Python. And fall in love with it.

    Thank you so much.

    V.

  4. this course is so good you go into detail so idiots like myself understand it… ive watched plenty of courses and havent really learned much from them beacus theyre so fast at explaining everything. :DD

  5. order = input("Would you like to order …?n")

    if order == "yes":

    print("here is the menun")

    elif order == "no":

    print("get out then")

    exit()

    menu = input("we have ice cream, cake, sweetsn")

    if menu == "cake" and menu == "icecream":

    print("would liki to have")

    cake = input("would you like to have extra cream…?n")

    price = 5

    if cake == "yes":

    print("that would be a total of Rs "+str(3*price))

  6. I want an ide to use for practicing code and I downloaded python and I'm using idle but I dont like the layout of it I really enjoyed the layout of the labs. Where would I find a program like that?

  7. name = input("What's your name?")

    if name == "shrek":
    print("where is brek?")
    elif name == "brek":
    print("where is shrek?")
    else:
    print("You are not shrek nor brek… just who are you?")

  8. You're a phenomenal teacher NetworkChuck. Thank you so much for these videos. You should see the way my current Python course instructor teaches Python. He blazes through the material, almost as if he's trying to show off, and he doesn't stop and make sure if any of it's sinking in, he doesn't start from the very beginning or give examples that a beginner can understand, or make a fun lesson out of it, he just spits all of this information at you hard and fast. And of course, when he gives an assignment, the assignment itself is usually two steps ahead of the current lesson, meaning that even if you were to take a week to try to solve it you'd never be able too because it includes elements he hasn't mentioned yet. There is an extracurricular support group for our Python class because everyone is complaining about not understanding any of it.

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