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 #python .... Need to develop a if condition from two lists
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I need to solve a problem could anyone help me with the same. Below is the detailed description of my problem
I have two list , lets says
list1=['a1','b1','c1']  
list2 = ['a2','b2,'c2']
I
I need to develop a if condition using these two list with 'and' and 'or' condition just like below :
if((data1 =='a1' and data2=='a2') or (data1 == 'b1' and data2=='b2') or (data1 =='c1' and data2=='c2')):
 print("success")
else:
 print("failed")
Could you help me with how to form the same without hardcoding the values
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You might want to look at the zip() function.
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