When the word Python has a capital "P", it typically is a reference to the programming language. It uses special "reserved words" to achieve various actions. You may not realize it, but computers are actually very dumb. Without human assistance, they'd just be boxes stuffed full of wires. As it is, computers have no imagination, creativity, or variety in their methods of work. They only know things that have been programmed into them. Anyway, back to the "reserved words" and their functions.
Here is a list of some of them, as well as what they do:
and: all conditions must be fulfilled
or: one condition must be fulfilled
not: doesn't equal
print: writes letters and/or numbers
while: starts a loop that ends when the condition is rendered false
break: ends a while loop instantly
continue: ends the while loop run-through when reached
if: do this if condition is met
else: do this if the if condition is not met
elif: start another if if original if is false
I learned this information in my "Programming For Everybody" course from the University of Michigan School of Information with Associate Professor Charles Severance.
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