So I have a function called start() and it has multiple if statements and I want all of them to run.
def start(): print """You have just woken up from a very long nap. You find yourself in a dimly lit cave. There is a patch of light in the far distance above you. There is a torch on the wall lighting the immediate area. There are dark passage ways in all directions.""" decision = raw_input(prompt) if decision == "take torch": inventory.append(items) print "You took the torch." start_with_torch() # if you don't take the torch, you can't go anywhere elif decision == "north" or "east" or "west" or "south" and not 'torch' in inventory: print "It is too dark to see in the tunnel." # python skips this. if decision == "north" and 'torch' in inventory: sphinx_room()
Is there a way to make python run through that if statement even if the first statement it encounters is true?
EDIT: Okay, that was dumb. I should've put another raw_input to take in the user's input.
Edited 4 Years Ago by ohblahitsme: I realized what I did wrong.