# Python expects you to indent something after you end a line with a : (colon). if people < cats: print "Too many cats! The world is doomed!" if cars > people: print "We should take the cars." elif cars < people: print "We should not take the cars." else: print "We can't decide." if people > buses: print "Alright, let's just take the buses." else: print "Fine, let's stay home then."
the_count = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] for number in the_count: print "This is count %d" % number elements =  for i in range(0, 6): print "Adding %d to the list." % i elements.append(i) for i in elements: print "Element was: %d" % i
# Make sure that you use while-loops sparingly. Usually a for-loop is better.