In Python, statements are individual instructions or commands that perform specific actions or operations.
A statement is a single line of code or a group of lines that Python executes sequentially.

Different Types of Statements:

# Assignment Statements: Assign values to variables. For example:

x = 35
name = "Rana"

#Expression Statements: Evaluate an expression and may produce a result. For example:

y = x + 5

#Conditional Statements: Control the flow of execution based on conditions. For example:

if x > 5:
    print("x is greater than 5")
    print("x is not greater than 5")

#Loop Statements: Repeat a block of code multiple times. For example:

for i in range(5):

#Function and Method Calls: Invoke functions or methods to perform specific tasks. For example:

result = sum([1, 2, 3, 4, 5])
string_length = len("data 4 fashion")

#Import Statements: Import modules or packages to access their functionalities. For example:

import math
from datetime import datetime

#Exception Handling Statements: Catch and handle exceptions to prevent program crashes. For example:

    result = 10 / 0
except ZeroDivisionError:
    print("Division by zero is not allowed")


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