100 Code Puzzles to Train Your Rapid Python Understanding

Some coders possess laser-like code understanding skills. They look at a piece of source code, and the meaning pops immediately into their great minds. If you present them with a new code snippet, they’ll tell you in a few seconds what it does.

Since I’ve started to train this skill of rapid code understanding in 2017, I’ve made rapid progress towards being able to understand source code quickly. I’ve then created the Finxter.com app with my friends Lukas and Zohaib. Since then, hundreds of thousands of students have trained their code understanding skills by solving Python code puzzles on the Finxter web app.

Many of them have surpassed our skills by a wide margin in being able to see through source code quickly.

How did they do it? And how can you do the same?

The answer is simple: you must burn the basic code patterns into your brain. If you look at a word, you don’t realize the characters anymore. The word is a single piece of information. If a chess master looks at a chess position, he doesn’t see a dozen chess pieces. The whole chess position is a single piece of information.

You can burn those code patterns into your head by solving hundreds of code puzzles that make use of similar patterns but produce different outputs. This article gives you 100 code puzzles so that you can learn this mastery skill, too.

Action steps:

  • Go over each code puzzle and take 10 seconds or so per puzzle.
  • Guess the output of the code puzzle.
  • Check your output against your guess.
  • Repeat over and over again.

Ready? So let’s start rewiring your brain cells!

(But I warn you, don’t stop solving the code puzzles just because it gets boring. The puzzles are designed to be similar so that you can understand conditional code snippets 10x faster in all your future code projects. Push through your impulse to quit until you can see the source code in a second or two.)

10 Code Puzzles With Two Variables

Let’s start slowly. Can you solve these 10 code puzzles in less than 10 minutes?

# Puzzle 0
a, b = False, True

if not b and not a and a:
    if b:
        print('code')
    elif a and b:
        print('mastery')
    print('python')
elif a:
    if a and b or not b and not a:
        print('python')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 0: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = False, True.
[2] Check condition (not b and not a and a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a and b). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a and b or not b and not a). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
'''


# Puzzle 1
a, b = True, True

if b or a and not a:
    if a or b:
        print('finxter')
    elif b or a:
        print('finxter')
    print('42')
elif a:
    if not b and b and a:
        print('code')
    print('42')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 1: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = True, True.
[2] Check condition (b or a and not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a or b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b or a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not b and b and a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print 42.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
42
'''


# Puzzle 2
a, b = False, True

if b:
    if not b or a or b or not a:
        print('finxter')
    elif b or not b or a:
        print('python')
    print('finxter')
elif a and b:
    if b and a:
        print('mastery')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('code')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 2: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = False, True.
[2] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not b or a or b or not a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b or not b or a). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a and b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print code to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
finxter
'''


# Puzzle 3
a, b = True, False

if not a:
    if a and b and not b:
        print('code')
    elif a or b:
        print('42')
    print('finxter')
elif a and not a:
    if b or not a and not b or a:
        print('learn')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 3: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = True, False.
[2] Check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a and b and not b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a or b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a and not a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b or not a and not b or a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 4
a, b = True, False

if not a:
    if not b or a and b or not a:
        print('python')
    elif not a and a and not b:
        print('finxter')
    print('learn')
elif b or not a and not b:
    if b and not a and a or not b:
        print('finxter')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 4: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = True, False.
[2] Check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not b or a and b or not a). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not a and a and not b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b or not a and not b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and not a and a or not b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
'''


# Puzzle 5
a, b = True, False

if b or not a or not b:
    if not a:
        print('yes')
    elif a:
        print('finxter')
    print('42')
elif b and not a and a:
    if not a or a and b:
        print('finxter')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 5: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = True, False.
[2] Check condition (b or not a or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b and not a and a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not a or a and b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
42
'''


# Puzzle 6
a, b = True, False

if b or not b or not a and a:
    if not a and a or not b and b:
        print('love')
    elif a:
        print('yes')
    print('42')
elif b:
    if b and not b and a and not a:
        print('yes')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 6: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = True, False.
[2] Check condition (b or not b or not a and a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not a and a or not b and b). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and not b and a and not a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
42
'''


# Puzzle 7
a, b = True, False

if not b:
    if not a and b and a and not b:
        print('yes')
    elif a:
        print('42')
    print('learn')
elif a:
    if not b and a and b and not a:
        print('learn')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 7: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = True, False.
[2] Check condition (not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not a and b and a and not b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not b and a and b and not a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
learn
'''


# Puzzle 8
a, b = False, False

if a or not b:
    if a or b or not b:
        print('yes')
    elif b and not b:
        print('code')
    print('yes')
elif a or b or not a:
    if b and not b and not a and a:
        print('yes')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 8: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = False, False.
[2] Check condition (a or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a or b or not b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b and not b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a or b or not a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and not b and not a and a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
yes
'''


# Puzzle 9
a, b = False, False

if b or not b or a:
    if a or b and not a:
        print('love')
    elif a or not b:
        print('python')
    print('python')
elif b or not b:
    if b and not b or not a or a:
        print('learn')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('code')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 9: 
[1] Create and initialize 2 variables: a, b = False, False.
[2] Check condition (b or not b or a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a or b and not a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a or not b). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print code to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and not b or not a or a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
python
'''

30 Code Puzzles With Three Variables

You’re ready for the next level. Can you solve these 30 code puzzles in less than 10 minutes? (That’s 3x the speed on a more difficult code puzzle type.)

# Puzzle 0
a, b, c = False, False, True

if c:
    if a and b or c and not b:
        print('finxter')
    elif not a:
        print('mastery')
    print('learn')
elif a and b:
    if b and not c:
        print('python')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 0: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, False, True.
[2] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a and b or c and not b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a and b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and not c). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
learn
'''


# Puzzle 1
a, b, c = False, True, True

if not a or c:
    if a and b and c:
        print('finxter')
    elif not b or c:
        print('42')
    print('mastery')
elif b and a or c:
    if not a and c and a or not b:
        print('finxter')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 1: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (not a or c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a and b and c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not b or c). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b and a or c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not a and c and a or not b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 2
a, b, c = True, True, False

if not a or not c or a:
    if b or c:
        print('learn')
    elif c and b or a:
        print('love')
    print('42')
elif c or b and not a:
    if not a:
        print('finxter')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 2: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not a or not c or a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b or c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c and b or a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c or b and not a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
42
'''


# Puzzle 3
a, b, c = False, True, False

if c:
    if a:
        print('finxter')
    elif not a or b:
        print('learn')
    print('finxter')
elif not b and b:
    if b or c:
        print('learn')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 3: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not a or b). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b and b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b or c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
'''


# Puzzle 4
a, b, c = True, False, True

if not c or a or not b:
    if b or c:
        print('python')
    elif b:
        print('love')
    print('42')
elif c and b and not c:
    if a or c:
        print('mastery')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('finxter')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 4: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (not c or a or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b or c). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c and b and not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print finxter to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a or c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
42
'''


# Puzzle 5
a, b, c = False, True, True

if c or not b or b:
    if c and b:
        print('love')
    elif not a or a:
        print('yes')
    print('yes')
elif a or b or not c:
    if not c or a and not a:
        print('42')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 5: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (c or not b or b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c and b). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not a or a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a or b or not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not c or a and not a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
yes
'''


# Puzzle 6
a, b, c = False, False, False

if a or b or not b:
    if a or b or c or not c:
        print('python')
    elif b:
        print('42')
    print('love')
elif b or a:
    if a and b and c:
        print('love')
    print('mastery')
else: 
    print('code')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 6: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (a or b or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a or b or c or not c). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b or a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print code to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a and b and c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, print mastery.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
love
'''


# Puzzle 7
a, b, c = False, True, True

if b or a or not c or not b:
    if b or c and not b:
        print('love')
    elif a or b and not c:
        print('learn')
    print('learn')
elif b:
    if not b and b and a:
        print('mastery')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 7: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (b or a or not c or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b or c and not b). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a or b and not c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not b and b and a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
learn
'''


# Puzzle 8
a, b, c = False, False, True

if c and not c:
    if c or not c:
        print('learn')
    elif not a or b or not c:
        print('python')
    print('python')
elif a:
    if c or not b:
        print('yes')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 8: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, False, True.
[2] Check condition (c and not c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c or not c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not a or b or not c). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c or not b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
'''


# Puzzle 9
a, b, c = True, False, True

if c:
    if not b or b and not c:
        print('finxter')
    elif c and not b:
        print('python')
    print('code')
elif not b or b and c:
    if not a and a:
        print('mastery')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 9: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not b or b and not c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c and not b). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print code to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b or b and c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not a and a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
code
'''


# Puzzle 10
a, b, c = True, False, False

if not b and c:
    if a or not c or b:
        print('learn')
    elif a:
        print('yes')
    print('love')
elif not b or c or not c:
    if c and not a and b:
        print('finxter')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 10: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (not b and c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a or not c or b). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b or c or not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c and not a and b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
'''


# Puzzle 11
a, b, c = False, False, True

if c and not c and b:
    if not a and b:
        print('code')
    elif not a or a and not b:
        print('42')
    print('yes')
elif b:
    if not b and b or a:
        print('yes')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 11: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, False, True.
[2] Check condition (c and not c and b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not a and b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not a or a and not b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not b and b or a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
'''


# Puzzle 12
a, b, c = False, False, True

if a and c or b:
    if b and c:
        print('mastery')
    elif b:
        print('python')
    print('love')
elif c or a and not c:
    if b and c and not c and a:
        print('yes')
    print('42')
else: 
    print('finxter')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 12: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, False, True.
[2] Check condition (a and c or b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b and c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c or a and not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print finxter to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and c and not c and a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print 42.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
'''


# Puzzle 13
a, b, c = False, True, True

if b:
    if a and b and c or not c:
        print('learn')
    elif not c and a and c:
        print('42')
    print('mastery')
elif b or c and a:
    if c or b and not b:
        print('finxter')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 13: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a and b and c or not c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not c and a and c). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b or c and a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c or b and not b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 14
a, b, c = True, True, True

if a and c and not a and b:
    if not c and a or not a:
        print('42')
    elif b:
        print('python')
    print('mastery')
elif b and c or not b:
    if c or not a or a and b:
        print('love')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('finxter')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 14: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, True, True.
[2] Check condition (a and c and not a and b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not c and a or not a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b and c or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print finxter to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c or not a or a and b). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
learn
'''


# Puzzle 15
a, b, c = True, True, False

if a and c and b and not c:
    if c:
        print('finxter')
    elif b or c and a:
        print('learn')
    print('code')
elif not c:
    if not c and b and a:
        print('learn')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 15: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (a and c and b and not c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b or c and a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print code to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not c and b and a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
yes
'''


# Puzzle 16
a, b, c = True, False, True

if c or not b:
    if b or c and a and not b:
        print('learn')
    elif c or a or b:
        print('42')
    print('code')
elif c:
    if a:
        print('yes')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 16: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (c or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b or c and a and not b). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c or a or b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print code to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
code
'''


# Puzzle 17
a, b, c = True, False, False

if a:
    if b and c or not c or a:
        print('code')
    elif a or not b or not c:
        print('love')
    print('learn')
elif a or c:
    if not b:
        print('finxter')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 17: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b and c or not c or a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a or not b or not c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a or c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
learn
'''


# Puzzle 18
a, b, c = False, True, True

if a and b and not b and c:
    if b or c:
        print('code')
    elif c and not b and b:
        print('42')
    print('code')
elif c or not c:
    if a or not b or b and not a:
        print('mastery')
    print('42')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 18: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (a and b and not b and c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b or c). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c and not b and b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print code to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c or not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a or not b or b and not a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print 42.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
42
'''


# Puzzle 19
a, b, c = False, False, False

if b and not c:
    if c or b or not c or a:
        print('love')
    elif c and a:
        print('love')
    print('code')
elif not b:
    if b or c:
        print('code')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('code')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 19: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (b and not c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c or b or not c or a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c and a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print code to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print code to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b or c). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
'''


# Puzzle 20
a, b, c = True, False, False

if c or a and b or not a:
    if a and b and c:
        print('finxter')
    elif not a:
        print('code')
    print('42')
elif c and a or b:
    if a or not c or c or not a:
        print('learn')
    print('mastery')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 20: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (c or a and b or not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a and b and c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c and a or b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a or not c or c or not a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print mastery.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
'''


# Puzzle 21
a, b, c = False, True, False

if a:
    if c or a and b:
        print('code')
    elif b or not c:
        print('python')
    print('love')
elif c and a:
    if c or b or a and not a:
        print('code')
    print('42')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 21: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c or a and b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b or not c). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c and a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c or b or a and not a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print 42.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
'''


# Puzzle 22
a, b, c = True, False, True

if a:
    if a or b:
        print('love')
    elif not c and b:
        print('yes')
    print('yes')
elif not b and not a or c:
    if not a and b:
        print('love')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 22: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a or b). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not c and b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b and not a or c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not a and b). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
yes
'''


# Puzzle 23
a, b, c = False, True, False

if b and a:
    if a:
        print('code')
    elif c and b:
        print('learn')
    print('42')
elif c:
    if b and a or not a:
        print('python')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 23: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (b and a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c and b). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and a or not a). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 24
a, b, c = False, False, False

if not a:
    if a and not b and c:
        print('learn')
    elif b or c:
        print('love')
    print('love')
elif a or not b or b:
    if not b and c:
        print('mastery')
    print('42')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 24: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a and not b and c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b or c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a or not b or b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not b and c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print 42.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
'''


# Puzzle 25
a, b, c = True, True, False

if not a:
    if a or b:
        print('code')
    elif a and c:
        print('yes')
    print('yes')
elif b:
    if not c or b or a and c:
        print('love')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 25: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a or b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a and c). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not c or b or a and c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
learn
'''


# Puzzle 26
a, b, c = True, False, False

if not a:
    if b or c and not c:
        print('love')
    elif a and b or c:
        print('love')
    print('42')
elif not b and c:
    if a:
        print('code')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 26: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b or c and not c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a and b or c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b and c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 27
a, b, c = False, True, False

if not b and not a and b and a:
    if a or c or b or not c:
        print('learn')
    elif b or not b or c:
        print('mastery')
    print('learn')
elif a and b:
    if a:
        print('finxter')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 27: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not b and not a and b and a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a or c or b or not c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b or not b or c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a and b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
'''


# Puzzle 28
a, b, c = False, True, False

if not c and a and b or not a:
    if not b or a or not c:
        print('mastery')
    elif not b or c and b:
        print('code')
    print('42')
elif b:
    if c or not c and not a:
        print('love')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 28: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not c and a and b or not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not b or a or not c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not b or c and b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c or not c and not a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
42
'''


# Puzzle 29
a, b, c = True, False, False

if a:
    if c or a:
        print('42')
    elif a:
        print('code')
    print('code')
elif c and not a and b:
    if b or a:
        print('python')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 29: 
[1] Create and initialize 3 variables: a, b, c = True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c or a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print code to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c and not a and b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b or a). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
code
'''

30 Code Puzzles with Four Variables

Wow, this was harder, wasn’t it? But now you’re ready to solve these 30 code puzzles in less than 10 minutes, aren’t you? (Same speed as before but higher complexity.)

# Puzzle 0
a, b, c, d = False, False, False, True

if d and c and not d and b:
    if d or not a:
        print('learn')
    elif c:
        print('yes')
    print('python')
elif not a or d:
    if not a:
        print('finxter')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 0: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, False, False, True.
[2] Check condition (d and c and not d and b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d or not a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not a or d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
python
'''


# Puzzle 1
a, b, c, d = True, True, True, True

if not c:
    if not b or c:
        print('yes')
    elif b or not d or a:
        print('finxter')
    print('mastery')
elif not d:
    if d or b:
        print('finxter')
    print('mastery')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 1: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, True, True.
[2] Check condition (not c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not b or c). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b or not d or a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (d or b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print mastery.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
'''


# Puzzle 2
a, b, c, d = True, True, False, True

if a:
    if not d and not a and d or not c:
        print('finxter')
    elif not b or a and b:
        print('finxter')
    print('learn')
elif c and not d:
    if b or not b and not a or a:
        print('learn')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 2: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not d and not a and d or not c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not b or a and b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c and not d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b or not b and not a or a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
learn
'''


# Puzzle 3
a, b, c, d = False, False, False, False

if a and d and not b and c:
    if a:
        print('yes')
    elif d and a:
        print('love')
    print('learn')
elif a and c or b:
    if d or b or not b:
        print('yes')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 3: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (a and d and not b and c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d and a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a and c or b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (d or b or not b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
'''


# Puzzle 4
a, b, c, d = True, False, True, False

if not d or d:
    if not d and not b or b or d:
        print('code')
    elif c or d:
        print('python')
    print('learn')
elif b and c:
    if a or d or b and c:
        print('finxter')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 4: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not d or d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not d and not b or b or d). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c or d). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b and c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a or d or b and c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
learn
'''


# Puzzle 5
a, b, c, d = False, False, False, False

if not d or d or a or b:
    if b:
        print('yes')
    elif a and not b:
        print('42')
    print('love')
elif c and not b:
    if b and not d and not b:
        print('yes')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 5: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (not d or d or a or b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a and not b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c and not b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and not d and not b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
'''


# Puzzle 6
a, b, c, d = True, False, True, False

if c or not a:
    if b and d:
        print('python')
    elif a or d and c:
        print('love')
    print('yes')
elif c:
    if not d and b or c:
        print('love')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('code')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 6: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (c or not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b and d). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a or d and c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print code to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not d and b or c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
yes
'''


# Puzzle 7
a, b, c, d = False, True, False, True

if not c or b and a and c:
    if c or not c or b and a:
        print('42')
    elif d and not d:
        print('code')
    print('mastery')
elif c or not c and a:
    if b:
        print('42')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 7: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (not c or b and a and c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c or not c or b and a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d and not d). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c or not c and a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 8
a, b, c, d = True, True, False, True

if a or c and d or not a:
    if not d:
        print('learn')
    elif c or d:
        print('learn')
    print('love')
elif a:
    if d:
        print('yes')
    print('42')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 8: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (a or c and d or not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not d). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c or d). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (d). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print 42.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
love
'''


# Puzzle 9
a, b, c, d = False, False, False, True

if c:
    if not c and b:
        print('python')
    elif a:
        print('mastery')
    print('mastery')
elif c or a:
    if c:
        print('finxter')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 9: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, False, False, True.
[2] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not c and b). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c or a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
'''


# Puzzle 10
a, b, c, d = False, False, True, True

if not c and b and d:
    if not c:
        print('mastery')
    elif not b or not a or c:
        print('learn')
    print('learn')
elif c or b and d:
    if a or c or b and d:
        print('finxter')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 10: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (not c and b and d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not b or not a or c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c or b and d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a or c or b and d). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
python
'''


# Puzzle 11
a, b, c, d = False, False, True, False

if b or a:
    if b:
        print('finxter')
    elif a or d or not c:
        print('finxter')
    print('42')
elif not b:
    if a and c or b:
        print('code')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('code')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 11: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (b or a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a or d or not c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print code to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a and c or b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
'''


# Puzzle 12
a, b, c, d = True, True, False, True

if c:
    if b and d:
        print('42')
    elif c or d or a:
        print('42')
    print('42')
elif d or b or not d:
    if c:
        print('finxter')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 12: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b and d). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c or d or a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (d or b or not d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
'''


# Puzzle 13
a, b, c, d = False, True, False, False

if a and b or not d and not b:
    if d and b and not c or a:
        print('finxter')
    elif a or not c:
        print('code')
    print('yes')
elif c:
    if not b:
        print('finxter')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 13: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (a and b or not d and not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d and b and not c or a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a or not c). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 14
a, b, c, d = True, True, True, True

if d or not b or b:
    if not c or c and not d:
        print('love')
    elif not d and b or a:
        print('mastery')
    print('mastery')
elif not c or a:
    if d and b and c and not d:
        print('code')
    print('mastery')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 14: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, True, True.
[2] Check condition (d or not b or b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not c or c and not d). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not d and b or a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not c or a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (d and b and c and not d). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print mastery.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 15
a, b, c, d = True, True, True, False

if d and not c:
    if d and c and not d or b:
        print('code')
    elif not b or not c or a:
        print('code')
    print('learn')
elif not c:
    if a and c and b or not d:
        print('python')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 15: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (d and not c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d and c and not d or b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not b or not c or a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a and c and b or not d). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 16
a, b, c, d = True, False, False, True

if c:
    if b and c or not c or not d:
        print('mastery')
    elif c or d or not b:
        print('code')
    print('python')
elif b or d and not c:
    if c or b or a:
        print('finxter')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 16: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, False, False, True.
[2] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b and c or not c or not d). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c or d or not b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b or d and not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c or b or a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
code
'''


# Puzzle 17
a, b, c, d = False, False, True, False

if c and a:
    if c:
        print('love')
    elif d or a:
        print('code')
    print('finxter')
elif a or c and not c:
    if d:
        print('mastery')
    print('mastery')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 17: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (c and a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d or a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a or c and not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (d). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print mastery.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
'''


# Puzzle 18
a, b, c, d = True, True, False, False

if d or b:
    if not d or c:
        print('42')
    elif not a and d:
        print('code')
    print('finxter')
elif not b:
    if d and c:
        print('code')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 18: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (d or b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not d or c). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not a and d). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (d and c). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
finxter
'''


# Puzzle 19
a, b, c, d = True, False, False, False

if b and d and not d or not b:
    if not b or c:
        print('code')
    elif d or c:
        print('yes')
    print('love')
elif d:
    if c and a:
        print('42')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 19: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (b and d and not d or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not b or c). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d or c). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c and a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
love
'''


# Puzzle 20
a, b, c, d = True, True, False, False

if not a or d or a or c:
    if c:
        print('42')
    elif d or c and not c:
        print('mastery')
    print('code')
elif d or not b or b:
    if a:
        print('mastery')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 20: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (not a or d or a or c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d or c and not c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print code to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (d or not b or b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
'''


# Puzzle 21
a, b, c, d = False, True, False, False

if d and a and b:
    if a:
        print('finxter')
    elif b and not b:
        print('yes')
    print('learn')
elif not c and d or c:
    if a:
        print('yes')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 21: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (d and a and b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b and not b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not c and d or c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
'''


# Puzzle 22
a, b, c, d = True, False, True, False

if not b and a and d or b:
    if d:
        print('42')
    elif not a or c:
        print('mastery')
    print('finxter')
elif b or d:
    if a or c or not d and d:
        print('code')
    print('42')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 22: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not b and a and d or b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not a or c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b or d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a or c or not d and d). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print 42.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 23
a, b, c, d = False, True, False, False

if not a:
    if b and d or a:
        print('yes')
    elif c and not c:
        print('love')
    print('mastery')
elif b or d:
    if not a and b or not d:
        print('yes')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('code')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 23: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b and d or a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c and not c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b or d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print code to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not a and b or not d). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 24
a, b, c, d = True, True, False, True

if a or not a or d or c:
    if b:
        print('42')
    elif d or a:
        print('love')
    print('42')
elif b and a:
    if b and a or d and not c:
        print('42')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 24: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (a or not a or d or c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d or a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b and a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and a or d and not c). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
42
'''


# Puzzle 25
a, b, c, d = True, True, True, False

if a:
    if not a and a or b:
        print('42')
    elif a and d and c:
        print('python')
    print('learn')
elif d and not c:
    if not b:
        print('mastery')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 25: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not a and a or b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a and d and c). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (d and not c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not b). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
learn
'''


# Puzzle 26
a, b, c, d = True, False, False, False

if c:
    if d and not a and not b or not d:
        print('mastery')
    elif d:
        print('finxter')
    print('learn')
elif not a:
    if a and not b and d:
        print('python')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('code')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 26: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d and not a and not b or not d). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print code to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a and not b and d). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
'''


# Puzzle 27
a, b, c, d = True, True, False, False

if b and not a or d:
    if not a and c and d:
        print('42')
    elif c:
        print('yes')
    print('python')
elif not b and c:
    if not d and b or not a and c:
        print('love')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 27: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = True, True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (b and not a or d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not a and c and d). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b and c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not d and b or not a and c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
'''


# Puzzle 28
a, b, c, d = False, False, True, False

if d or a and not a and not b:
    if d or not b:
        print('python')
    elif d and c and b:
        print('finxter')
    print('python')
elif a and b:
    if b and not b or c or d:
        print('42')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 28: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (d or a and not a and not b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d or not b). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d and c and b). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a and b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and not b or c or d). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
'''


# Puzzle 29
a, b, c, d = False, True, True, False

if a and not b and d:
    if a and not a:
        print('love')
    elif c and not b:
        print('code')
    print('python')
elif c and a:
    if not c:
        print('42')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 29: 
[1] Create and initialize 4 variables: a, b, c, d = False, True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (a and not b and d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a and not a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c and not b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c and a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not c). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
'''

30 Code Puzzles with Five Variables

To be frank, I didn’t expect you make it that far. Are you ready for the final 30 code puzzles in 10 minutes? (Same speed as before but higher complexity.)

# Puzzle 0
a, b, c, d, e = False, True, False, False, True

if e:
    if not c or e and not d or not e:
        print('mastery')
    elif d and a and c:
        print('learn')
    print('mastery')
elif d and not d or a:
    if b or c or a:
        print('learn')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 0: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, True, False, False, True.
[2] Check condition (e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not c or e and not d or not e). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d and a and c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (d and not d or a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b or c or a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 1
a, b, c, d, e = True, False, False, False, False

if a and b:
    if b or d and not b:
        print('yes')
    elif c:
        print('42')
    print('42')
elif b or a:
    if not c or c and not e or a:
        print('42')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('finxter')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 1: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, False, False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (a and b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b or d and not b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b or a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print finxter to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not c or c and not e or a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
code
'''


# Puzzle 2
a, b, c, d, e = True, True, False, True, True

if not a or d and e and not e:
    if c and e and not b:
        print('learn')
    elif e or b or d:
        print('42')
    print('yes')
elif not d and c:
    if b:
        print('yes')
    print('mastery')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 2: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, True, False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (not a or d and e and not e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c and e and not b). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (e or b or d). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not d and c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print mastery.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
42
'''


# Puzzle 3
a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, True, False

if d and c or a or b:
    if d and e:
        print('learn')
    elif a or e:
        print('finxter')
    print('yes')
elif d:
    if e and b:
        print('python')
    print('42')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 3: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (d and c or a or b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d and e). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a or e). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (e and b). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, print 42.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
'''


# Puzzle 4
a, b, c, d, e = True, False, False, True, False

if b or not b or not c:
    if e and b and not b and d:
        print('42')
    elif not b or b and not c:
        print('python')
    print('python')
elif d and e:
    if a:
        print('mastery')
    print('love')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 4: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, False, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (b or not b or not c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (e and b and not b and d). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not b or b and not c). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (d and e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print love.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
python
'''


# Puzzle 5
a, b, c, d, e = True, False, True, True, False

if c:
    if a:
        print('learn')
    elif not e:
        print('code')
    print('love')
elif a or e:
    if e:
        print('42')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 5: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, False, True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not e). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a or e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (e). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
love
'''


# Puzzle 6
a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, True, False

if not e:
    if e and d and b or c:
        print('code')
    elif c or not a and a:
        print('42')
    print('code')
elif c or b:
    if c:
        print('yes')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 6: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (e and d and b or c). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c or not a and a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print code to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c or b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
'''


# Puzzle 7
a, b, c, d, e = True, False, False, False, False

if b and not b and not c and not e:
    if b or not d or c:
        print('mastery')
    elif a and b and e:
        print('mastery')
    print('yes')
elif not a and not e or e:
    if c or a or not d or not a:
        print('42')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 7: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, False, False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (b and not b and not c and not e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b or not d or c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a and b and e). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print yes to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not a and not e or e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c or a or not d or not a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
'''


# Puzzle 8
a, b, c, d, e = True, True, False, True, False

if not c or a or not b and d:
    if not b or not e or d and not a:
        print('yes')
    elif a or e:
        print('mastery')
    print('love')
elif not b and c:
    if a and d or e and c:
        print('finxter')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 8: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, True, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not c or a or not b and d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not b or not e or d and not a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a or e). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b and c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a and d or e and c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
love
'''


# Puzzle 9
a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, True, False

if not b and b and a:
    if a:
        print('mastery')
    elif e or a:
        print('code')
    print('learn')
elif e and b or c:
    if b and c:
        print('mastery')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 9: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not b and b and a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (e or a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (e and b or c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
learn
'''


# Puzzle 10
a, b, c, d, e = False, True, False, True, False

if not e and b and d:
    if not c:
        print('finxter')
    elif not e:
        print('python')
    print('love')
elif e:
    if a or not a:
        print('python')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 10: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, True, False, True, False.
[2] Check condition (not e and b and d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not e). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a or not a). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
love
'''


# Puzzle 11
a, b, c, d, e = True, False, True, False, True

if e:
    if not c or not a or b:
        print('mastery')
    elif c or d:
        print('finxter')
    print('python')
elif c:
    if not b or a:
        print('learn')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 11: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, False, True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not c or not a or b). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c or d). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not b or a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
python
'''


# Puzzle 12
a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, True, True

if b and d:
    if not e:
        print('yes')
    elif b or c or not a:
        print('code')
    print('love')
elif not a:
    if not e and not b and d and a:
        print('python')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 12: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (b and d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not e). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b or c or not a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not a). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not e and not b and d and a). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
'''


# Puzzle 13
a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, False, True

if d:
    if b or c and e:
        print('finxter')
    elif d or not b or e:
        print('learn')
    print('learn')
elif c and b and e:
    if not d or e and c and a:
        print('code')
    print('mastery')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 13: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b or c and e). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d or not b or e). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c and b and e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not d or e and c and a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print mastery.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 14
a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, False, False

if c and not b or a and not d:
    if d or b and not c or a:
        print('finxter')
    elif d and a:
        print('42')
    print('learn')
elif not b or b and e:
    if b and c or not e and not c:
        print('mastery')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 14: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (c and not b or a and not d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d or b and not c or a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d and a). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print learn to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not b or b and e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b and c or not e and not c). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
mastery
finxter
'''


# Puzzle 15
a, b, c, d, e = False, True, False, False, True

if not c and c:
    if a or e and not d:
        print('mastery')
    elif e:
        print('yes')
    print('finxter')
elif c:
    if c or d or b and e:
        print('yes')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 15: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, True, False, False, True.
[2] Check condition (not c and c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a or e and not d). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (e). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c or d or b and e). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
love
'''


# Puzzle 16
a, b, c, d, e = False, False, True, True, True

if e or b:
    if a:
        print('love')
    elif not e and not d or b:
        print('yes')
    print('code')
elif c or not b:
    if a or e and c:
        print('42')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 16: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, False, True, True, True.
[2] Check condition (e or b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not e and not d or b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print code to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c or not b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (a or e and c). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
'''


# Puzzle 17
a, b, c, d, e = True, False, False, False, False

if d and c and a:
    if a:
        print('learn')
    elif not c:
        print('python')
    print('mastery')
elif a or b:
    if e:
        print('yes')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 17: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, False, False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (d and c and a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not c). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a or b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (e). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
'''


# Puzzle 18
a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, False, True

if b or a:
    if not b or not d and a:
        print('learn')
    elif not c and c and b:
        print('42')
    print('love')
elif c:
    if e and b:
        print('learn')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('code')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 18: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, False, True.
[2] Check condition (b or a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not b or not d and a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not c and c and b). If it evaluates to True, print 42 to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print code to the shell.
[6] Check condition (e and b). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
love
'''


# Puzzle 19
a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, True, True

if e:
    if not c or not d:
        print('mastery')
    elif d:
        print('finxter')
    print('python')
elif d or not d or b:
    if d:
        print('yes')
    print('python')
else: 
    print('learn')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 19: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, True, True.
[2] Check condition (e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not c or not d). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (d or not d or b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print learn to the shell.
[6] Check condition (d). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print python.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
python
'''


# Puzzle 20
a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, True, True

if not e and not c and d or b:
    if e and not d and b:
        print('love')
    elif e:
        print('finxter')
    print('42')
elif not d and b or not e:
    if b:
        print('yes')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('finxter')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 20: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, True, True.
[2] Check condition (not e and not c and d or b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (e and not d and b). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (e). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print 42 to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (not d and b or not e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print finxter to the shell.
[6] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
42
'''


# Puzzle 21
a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, True, True

if b:
    if d or not c and a:
        print('love')
    elif e or a:
        print('learn')
    print('love')
elif e and d:
    if not d:
        print('code')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('42')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 21: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d or not c and a). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (e or a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (e and d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print 42 to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not d). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
'''


# Puzzle 22
a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, False, False

if e or not e:
    if b and d and not a or not e:
        print('yes')
    elif a and b:
        print('love')
    print('mastery')
elif b and not a and d:
    if e or d and not c:
        print('love')
    print('finxter')
else: 
    print('finxter')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 22: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (e or not e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b and d and not a or not e). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (a and b). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print mastery to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b and not a and d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print finxter to the shell.
[6] Check condition (e or d and not c). If it evaluates to True, print love to the shell. Otherwise, print finxter.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
mastery
'''


# Puzzle 23
a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, True, False

if e or d or a:
    if d or not d or b or not e:
        print('learn')
    elif b and e or a:
        print('mastery')
    print('finxter')
elif e:
    if c and a:
        print('code')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 23: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (e or d or a). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d or not d or b or not e). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b and e or a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (c and a). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
learn
finxter
'''


# Puzzle 24
a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, True, True

if a and not e or e:
    if a and d:
        print('finxter')
    elif d or not c and b:
        print('yes')
    print('finxter')
elif e:
    if not a or a:
        print('learn')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 24: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, True, True, True, True.
[2] Check condition (a and not e or e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (a and d). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d or not c and b). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not a or a). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
finxter
'''


# Puzzle 25
a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, False, False

if not b or c and e:
    if d or not a or c and a:
        print('yes')
    elif c or a:
        print('python')
    print('finxter')
elif e:
    if not e and a or c and d:
        print('code')
    print('code')
else: 
    print('mastery')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 25: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, False, False.
[2] Check condition (not b or c and e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (d or not a or c and a). If it evaluates to True, print yes to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (c or a). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print mastery to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not e and a or c and d). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print code.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
finxter
'''


# Puzzle 26
a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, False, False

if d and b or e:
    if b and d and c or a:
        print('mastery')
    elif b:
        print('python')
    print('love')
elif a and not d:
    if e and not e:
        print('mastery')
    print('42')
else: 
    print('yes')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 26: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (d and b or e). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b and d and c or a). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print love to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (a and not d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print yes to the shell.
[6] Check condition (e and not e). If it evaluates to True, print mastery to the shell. Otherwise, print 42.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
yes
'''


# Puzzle 27
a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, False, False

if not d:
    if c or b and not c:
        print('finxter')
    elif b:
        print('learn')
    print('finxter')
elif b or c and not d:
    if not c and a or b:
        print('code')
    print('yes')
else: 
    print('love')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 27: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, True, True, False, False.
[2] Check condition (not d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (c or b and not c). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (b). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b or c and not d). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print love to the shell.
[6] Check condition (not c and a or b). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print yes.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
finxter
finxter
'''


# Puzzle 28
a, b, c, d, e = True, False, True, True, False

if b and d or a or c:
    if b and a or not c or d:
        print('code')
    elif not d and a or c:
        print('python')
    print('finxter')
elif c or not a and not e:
    if d and a:
        print('finxter')
    print('mastery')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 28: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = True, False, True, True, False.
[2] Check condition (b and d or a or c). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (b and a or not c or d). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (not d and a or c). If it evaluates to True, print python to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print finxter to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (c or not a and not e). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (d and a). If it evaluates to True, print finxter to the shell. Otherwise, print mastery.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
code
finxter
'''


# Puzzle 29
a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, True, True

if e and c and not d:
    if not d and not c:
        print('learn')
    elif d and e:
        print('code')
    print('python')
elif b:
    if d:
        print('code')
    print('learn')
else: 
    print('python')


''' SOLUTION HINTS:
Let's go over the relevant parts of puzzle 29: 
[1] Create and initialize 5 variables: a, b, c, d, e = False, False, False, True, True.
[2] Check condition (e and c and not d). If it evaluates to True, move on the the next step [3]. Otherwise, enter step [5].
[3] Check condition (not d and not c). If it evaluates to True, print learn to the shell. Otherwise, check condition (d and e). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. In any case, move on to the next step [4].
[4] Print python to the shell.
[5] Check the elif condition (b). If it evaluates to True, move on to the next step [6]. Otherwise, print python to the shell.
[6] Check condition (d). If it evaluates to True, print code to the shell. Otherwise, print learn.
'''

# OUTPUT: 
'''
python
'''

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