what are nested if statements in python?

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can you give an example?
May 17 in Python by Waseem
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nested if statements are statements with more than one if statements.

example:

a = 5

b = 10

if a > b :

   print('greater')

elif a < b:

   print('smaller')

     if a == b:

         print('not valid')

else:

      print('try again')
answered May 20 by Mohammad
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