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if then statements with sys.argv in python


Arguments are strings, not integers. You're comparing "56" < 65 which is False. Instead try:

# temperature.py
import sys

try:
    temperature = float(sys.argv[1])
except ValueError:
    print("Argument must be a number")
    sys.exit(1)
    # kick out with an error code

if temp < 65:
    # etc as you have it

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