  A program to check if a number is positive, negative, odd, even, zero

Python Methods and Functions

Check if a number is positive, negative, odd, even, or zero. This problem is solved with the if… elif… else statement and the nested if… else statement.
Suitable:

• The number is positive if it is greater than zero. We check this in the if statement.
• If the value is False, the number will be either zero or negative.
• This is also checked in the following statement.
• In case odd and even number, a number is even if it is perfectly divisible by 2.
• When a number is divisible by 2, we use the remainder operator% to calculate the remainder.
• If the remainder is not zero, the number is odd.

Examples:

Input: 10 Output: Positive number 10 is Even
Input: 0 Output: 0 is Even

 # Python Code to check if a number is # Positive, Negative, Odd, Even, Zero # Using if ... elif ... else num = 10 if num & gt;  0 : print ( "Positive number" ) elif num = = 0 : print ( "Zero" ) else : print ( "Negative number" )   # Checking for odd and even if (num % 2 ) = = 0 : print ( " {0} is Even " . format (num)) else : print ( "{0} is Odd" . format (num))

Output: Positive number 10 is Even

 # Python Code to check if a number is # Positive, Negative, Odd, Even , Zero # Using Nested if num = 20 if num & gt; = 0 : if num = = 0 : print ( "Zero " )   else : < / code> print ( "Positive number" ) else : print ( " Negative number " )    # Odd and even check if (num % 2 ) = = 0 : print ( "{0} is Even" . format (num)) else : print ( "{0} is Odd" . format (num))

Output: Positive number 20 is Even