How To Ask Multiple Questions In Python

In this tutorial, we will learn how to ask multiple questions in Python by using conditional statements and loops. This will help to design more interactive applications and improve the overall user experience. Let’s get started.

Step 1: Collect User Input

First, let’s learn how to collect user input. The simplest way to get input from the user is by using the input() function. It takes an optional string argument that displays a prompt to the user, and it waits for the user to enter some text followed by the ENTER key. The function returns the user’s input as a string.

Here’s an example:

This code will ask the user for their name and then print a greeting with their name.

Step 2: Using Conditional Statements

To handle different questions, we can use conditional statements like if-elif-else. These statements help us decide which code block to execute based on the user’s input.

For example, let’s create a simple quiz:

Here, the user’s answer is checked against the string “python” (not case-sensitive) using the if-else statement. If the user provides the correct answer, the program prints “Correct!”, otherwise, it prints “Incorrect”.

Step 3: Looping Through Multiple Questions

To ask multiple questions, we can use loops. There are different types of loops available, but we’ll use the for loop in this example. Let’s expand our quiz to include multiple questions:

In this code, we have a dictionary questions_answers that contains the question-answer pairs. We loop through the dictionary using a for loop and ask the user each question. If the user provides the correct answer, we update the correct_answers variable to count the correct answers. Finally, we print the total number of correct answers.


Which programming language is this tutorial about? python
What is 10 - 5? 5
Which company created Python? google
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Now you should be able to create interactive programs in Python that ask multiple questions. You have learned how to use the input() function to collect user input, how to use conditional statements to evaluate the user’s response, and how to use loops to iterate through multiple questions. Keep practicing and improving your Python skills!