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Old 03-16-2013, 09:24 PM   #7
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Default Re: Python "if" problem

One thing that I'd really recommend is learning how to take screenshots (I'm assuming you don't just based on the picture you attached, but if you do, feel free to ignore this post). You can usually just press the PrintScreen key on your keyboard (usually near the delete and insert keys, although you might have to hit the Fn key on a laptop to get to it). Then, if you're on Windows, you can open up Paint (or some other image editor) and paste in the image.

If you're on Windows Vista or later, you can use the Snipping tool instead (just search in the start menu for 'snip' and it should come right up).
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