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Hey gang, in this Python 3 tutorial we’ll take a look at ‘if’ statements and control flow.

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  1. Hi! I have a question here. How can you make the if run again if you answer wrong the question from the input? For example, in the "Do you eat meat? (y/n)", you are suppose to answer "y" or "n", but if you answer "x" for example, "x" wasn't really an answer. How can you make the program ask the question again because of the wrong or unexpected answer?

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