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I was trying to build a booking system but this if statement is working quite well,

i require your assistance..

As if the input choice is equal to travel_sites it should execute the code below it. But instead of thaat the python is executing the else statement...

Python
print("A Platfrom for the people who love travelling...")

travel_sites = {
     "Kashmir to Jammu" : [18,4],
    "Jammu to Kashmir" : [18,5],
    "Kashmir to San Fransisco" : [15,1],
    "Kashmir to Iceland" : [18,2]
}

choice = input("Enter the site you wanna to go and from where you wanna go ? = ").title()

if choice in travel_sites:
	age = input("Enter you,r age")
	if age <= choice[1]:
		print(f"Well, we booked you,r ticket from {choice}")

else:
	print("Well we don,t have that")

As if the input choice is equal to travel_sites it should execute the code below it. But instead of thaat the python is executing the else statement...

What I have tried:

I tried to to write the input in commas but it did,nt worked.
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Updated 16-Dec-18 8:53am
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choice in travel_sites will never be true because you transform the input to Title Case while the elements of travel_sites are not title case itself. .title() transforms a possible input to Kashmir To Jammu whereas what's in travel_sites is Kashmir to Jammu with to instead of To.
   
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Member 14068174 17-Dec-18 0:39am
   
Thanks bro...
i want some programming tips from you
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Why is this if statement no working

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The debugger is here to only show you what your code is doing and your task is to compare with what it should do.
   
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Member 14068174 17-Dec-18 0:39am
   
Thanks bro, i sloved it without debugger

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